O Muel's "Jiseul" was celebrated at last year's Sundance Film Festival where is received the festival's highest honour - the World Cinema Jury Prize Dramatic. The film tells the story of a small group of villagers who seek shelter in a cave during the Jeju Uprising, and is also one of the Korea's most viewed independant films. The film is presented in stunning black and white; images that are as thought-provoking as they are chilling. Enjoy!#
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