A Woman Judge and The Housemaid
The Aimless Bullet (Obaltan)
(Country: South Korea; Year: 1960; Director: Yoo Hyun-mok; Writer: Lee Beom-seon; Stars: Choi Mu-ryong, Kim Jin-kyu, Moon Jeong-suk)
A man struggles to support his pregnant wife, two children, lonely sister and mentally unstable mother.
Black Hair (Geomeun meori)
(Country: South Korea; Year: 1964; Director: Lee Man-hui; Writer: Han Woo-jeong; Stars: Moon Jeong-suk, Lee Dae-yeob, Dok Ko-seong, Lee Hae-ryong, Jang Dong-he)
Noir about the plight of a gang chief's mistress.
(Country: South Korea; Year: 1961; Director: Kang Dae-jin; Writer: Lim Hee-jae; Stars: Kim Seung-ho, Shin Young-Kyun, Hwang Jung-Seun, Jo Mi-ryeong)
A man tries to raise his two sons and two daughters under some of the most adverse conditions known to man. The father operates a horse-drawn cart, but in a city that is modernizing after the destruction of the Korean War, automobiles are making carts obsolete.
The Flower In Hell (Jiokhwa)
(Country: South Korea; Year: 1958; Director: Shin Sang-ok; Writer: Jeong-seon Lee)
A naive country youth goes to the city to persuade his brother to return home, not knowing that his brother is a petty criminal involved with a sex worker who services American soldiers.
The Housemaid (Hanyo)
(Country: South Korea; Year: 1960; Director: Kim Ki-young ; Writer: Kim Ki-young ; Stars: Lee Eun-shim, Ju Jeong-nyeo, Kim Jin-kyu )
The poignant story of a family broken apart when the father sleeps with the housemaid.
The Flower In Hell and A Coachman
A Woman Judge (Yeopansa)
(Country: South Korea; Year: 1962; Director: Hong Eun-won; Writer: Shik Chu; Stars: Moon Jung-suk, Kim Seung-ho, Yu Gye-seon, Um Aing-ran)
A lawyer defends her mother-in-law, who has confessed to murder.