SEOUL, April 6 (Yonhap) -- A South Korean film on Korean peace and unification has been invited to the Arizona overseas movie festival, the Ministry of Unification observed Wednesday.
Directed with the aid of Park So-jin, "Chalet" depicts Koreans' dream for countrywide unification via inter-Korean realizing and communication.
in the movie, a South Korean girl and a North Korean male defector split a room in a shanty area of Seoul. One gets the room all through the day, the other at night.
although both are unacquainted, they begin to form a relationship via post-it notes they depart in the room. Later, they openly talk and achieve authentic figuring out of each other.
Produced with the ministry's monetary assistance, the cinema received the gold award closing 12 months in a contest the ministry held for motion pictures on unification and peace on the Korean Peninsula.
operating from April 14 to may 1, the 25th Arizona foreign movie pageant will reveal a total of 58 films from 25 nations across the world. it's the oldest and longest-running independent movie festival in Arizona.
Taking location every year, its film software comprises a mix of shorts, little ones's films, points, documentaries and animations.
A unification ministry reputable noted it'll continue to assist filmmakers who are looking to shoot unification-related movies beginning in may additionally.
"we are able to also make strenuous efforts to widen public cognizance and consensus for national unification via videos on the pains of the divided Korean Peninsula," the reliable stated.