The film begins with a black-and-white photo of an armed young man taken in May 1980 in the city of Gwangju. 35 years later, the identity of the young man has become a source of controversy: some claim he is “Gwang-su,” one of the North Korean special agents whose mission was to instigate anti-government violence, while others remember him as “Kim-gun,” a ragpicker who lived under a bridge over the Gwangjucheon Stream.

  • CATEGORY : After Uprising
  • DIRECTOR : KANG Sang-woo
  • VERSION : Originale Coréenne
  • SUBTITLES : FR/NL
  • DURATION : 85 minutes
  • DATE OF RELEASE : 2019
  • GENRE : Documentaire
  • COUNTRY : Corée du sud
  • PLACE : Cinema Galeries
  • PRICE : 8€ (at Cinema Galeries / +0,50c online) / 6€ (at Cinema Galeries) / UGC Unlimited (only at Cinema Galeries) / Art 27 (at Cinema Galeries)