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Bori (Country: South Korea; Year: 2018; Director: Kim Jinyu)
As the only hearing member of a deaf family, young Bori notices the joyful signed communication between her parents and her younger brother. Struggling with feeling left out, Bori wishes that she too was deaf, and tries to achieve her goal with the help of her best friend.
Pawn (Country: South Korea; Year: 2019; Director: Kang Dae Kyu; Stars: Sung Dong-il, Kim Hiewon)
Loan sharks take a nine-year-old girl from her illegal immigrant mother as collateral over an unpaid debt, but an unexpected bond develops between them.
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