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Title Juvenile offender = Pŏmjoe sonyŏn / National Human Rights Commission of Korea, Timestory, South Park Film present ; producer, Pak Chu-yŏng ; director, Kang I-gwan.

Published Kuala Lumpur : PMP Entertainment (M) Sdn. Bhd., , [2013]
©2012.

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank DVD  DVD 8044  SEVEN DAY LOAN  AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 videodisc (108 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
Credits Writer, Pak Chu-yŏng ; music, Kang Min-guk ; cinematography, Byun Bong-sun ; editing, Park Yu-gyeong.
Notes Originally released as a motion picture in 2012.
Performers Cast: Yi Chŏng-hyŏn, Sŏ Yŏng-ju.
Summary Ji-Gu is a 16-year-old juvenile offender under probation who lives with his only known relative - his grandfather who is sick in bed all the time with severe diabetic complications. To Ji-Gu, home is only a place that stinks with sickness and school, a place to hang out. His only interest in life is his sweet new girlfriend Sae-rom. One day, he gets caught after committing burglary with the neighborhood big boys. And without a parent to plead for him, the judge sentences Ji-Gu to the juvenile reformatory while others get lighter penalties. 11 months later, Ji-Gu is informed that his grandfather has passed away. After the funeral, his teacher tracks down Ji-Gu's mom, whom Ji-Gu thought was dead but in fact had ran away from home after giving birth to Ji-Gu at age 17. Ji-gu is simply shocked to realize that he has a mother. But after he gets discharged from the juvenile reformatory, he and his young mother try to make up for their time lost. Ji-Gu starts off living together with his mother with high expectations, but he soon realizes that his mother is much too young just like himself and he comes to understand why she had to leave him right after giving birth. But when Ji-Gu falls into a similar situation with his girlfriend, his mother whom he thought would understand is appalled at the news which creates a conflict between the two.
Audience P13: Parental guidance is advisable for children below 13 years old.
Original Version Originally produced: South Korea : National Human Rights Commission of Korea, Timestory, South Park Film, 2012.
System notes DVD ; NTSC, region 3.
Language notes In Korean, with optional subtitles in Chinese, Malay or English.
Notes Cinemanila International Film Festival Award for Best Actor (Sŏ Yŏng-ju), Lino Brocka Award (Kang I-gwan), 2012 ; Tokyo International Film Festival Best Actor Award (Sŏ Yŏng-ju), Special Jury Prize (Kang I-gwan), 2012.
Other author Kang, I-gwan, director.
Pak, Chu-yŏng, (Producer), producer, screenwriter.
Yi, Chŏng-hyŏn, 1980- actor.
Sŏ, Yŏng-ju, 1988- actor.
Kukka Inkwŏn Wiwŏnhoe (Korea), production company.
Timestory (Firm), production company.
South Park Film (Firm), production company.
PMP Entertainment (M) Sdn. Bhd, issuing body.
Subject Juvenile delinquents -- Korea (South) -- Drama.
Mothers and sons -- Korea (South) -- Drama.
Feature films -- Korea (South)
Juvenile delinquency films.
Social problem films.
Variant Title Pŏmjoe sonyŏn.
Additional title in Chinese: Fan zui shao nian.
Standard Number 4754222950013
Publisher Number PMP-D2295 PMP Entertainment