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Women's history trilogy [videorecording] / directed by Kim So-young.
[Sŏul] : Korea Foundation, 2000-2004.
2 videodiscs (183 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Han'guk Kukche Kyoryu Chaedan
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Three documentaries by noted scholar and filmmaker Kim So-young. Koryu re-discovers a form of women's writing in pre-modern Korea that took the form of eulogies, while also dealing with past and present women's diasporic experiences. I'll be seeing her represents images of women from the history of Korean cinema, while blending the fantastic and realistic modes. New women: her first song evokes the life of Na Haesuk, one of the "new women" who emerged in colonial Korea in the 1920s.
Aspect ratio (1.85:1).
Special features: Three English language interviews with Kim So-young, one for each film.
Chejak, Kirok Yŏnghwa Chejakso poim.
In Korean with English subtitles.
Koryu: southern women, South Korea (83 min)
I'll be seeing her: women in Korean cinema (50 min)
New women: her first song (50 min).
I'll be seeing her.
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