London Korean Film Festival 2020

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Daughter Of Fire (Country: South Korea; Year: 1983; Director: Im Kwon-taek; Stars: Kim Hee-ra, Yoon Yang-ha, Bang Hee, Park Keun-hyong)
A man is haunted by memories of his shaman mother, which lead him on a journey to Jindo Island and its shaman ceremonies.
Divine Bow (Country: South Korea; Year: 1979; Director: Im Kwon-taek)
A local shaman goes on strike as flashbacks reveal the tragic source of her grievances.
Eul-Hwa (Country: South Korea; Year: 1979; Director: Byun Jang-ho; Stars: Baek Il-seob, Kim Ji-mee, Yu Jang-hyeon, Jeong Ae-ran, Lee Soon-jae)
A woman trains to become a Mudang after visiting the village shaman when her son is sick. Ultimately, as the year’s pass, a rivalry between student and teacher develops along with further conflict between the woman and her son when he returns to the village with newly acquired Christian beliefs.

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