London Korean Film Festival 2011

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Leafie A Hen Into The Wild (Madangeul Naon Amtak) (Year: 2011; Director: Oh Seong-yun; Writer: Seonmi Hwang, Eunjeong Kim; Stars: So-ri Moon, Seung Ho Yoo, Min-sik Choi, Cheol-min Park, Sang-hyun Kim, Jeon Sook-Kyeong), Official Site
A family adventure story about Leafie, a hen who escapes the chicken farm she grew up in to find adventure outside the coup.
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