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'Our Homeland' Post-Screening Q & A (Complete)

NEW YORK, August 3, 2013— Following a screening of Yang Yonghi's 2012 film Our Homeland, Asia Society Film Curator La Frances Hui speaks with the director about what compelled her to make this film about a Korean Japanese family, and the logistical and personal challenges of the production process. (31 min., 58 sec.)

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