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Repatriation (2004)
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In 1992, political prisoners from North Korea settled in the South Korean town where filmmaker Dong-won Kim lived. Sent to South Korea as spies during the war, they spent 30 years in jail. How did they endure the many years of torture? What will become of them now that they have been released? Twelve years in the making, Repatriation is a very personal view of a country divided by an ongoing cold war.
Genre Documentary Production Status Released
Running Time 148min Release Date Mar 19, 2004
Country South Korea Rating 12
Language Korean Co-Production N
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  • Number of Screens : 3
  • Total Admissions : 2,655
  • Total Gross : $11,597
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