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A Woman Judge
Yeo-pan-sa
1962 South Korea 85 min N-13
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A young woman Jin-suk has her mind set on becoming a judge. Despite the norms of patriarchal Korean society, her father encourages the girl and sends her to monastery to study. Her determination is dissaproved by her future husband who was picked by Jin-suk's mother long time ago. Success is on her side and Jin-suk becomes a judge. Her husband and his family are having trouble with woman's new status. But after a tragic event, Jin-suk will be the only hope for this family.

„Director Hong Eun-won made only the second feature film directed by woman filmmaker in South Korea. In the Golden Age of Korean cinema she consistently showed women's situation from a female perspective in very patriarchal country and film industry. This film is a very good example of that." (Mantė Valiūnaitė)

Filmography

1966 – Koks nesusipratimas liko praeity / What Misunderstanding Left Behind

1964 – Vieniša mama / A Single Mom 

1962 – Teisėja / A Woman Judge 


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Director(s) - Hong Eun-won
Screenwriter(s) - Shik Chu
Actors - Moon Jung-suk, Kim Seung-ho, Yu Gye-seon, Um Aing-ran
Producer(s) - Cha Tae Jin
Cinematographer - Hwan Jang
Editor(s) - Hong Eun-won
Sound - 
Composer(s) - Han Sang-Gi
Sales agent - Korean Film Archive
Distributor -
Production company -
Translation - Aušra Bagočiūnaitė
Dialogues - Korean
Subtitles - English, Lithuanian
Filmography

1966 – Koks nesusipratimas liko praeity / What Misunderstanding Left Behind

1964 – Vieniša mama / A Single Mom 

1962 – Teisėja / A Woman Judge 


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