Family on screen [Videoupptagning] : understanding Korean society and family through films / edited by Korean Film Archive.
Sin, Sang-ok, 1926-2006 (regissör)
Kim, Hŭi-ch'ang, (filmmanus)
Yu, Hyŏn-mok, 1925-2009 (regissör)
Yun, Sam-yuk, 1937- (filmmanus)
Yi, Tu-yong, 1942- (regissör)
An, Chin-wŏn, (filmmanus)
Kim, Chi-un, 1964- (regissör, filmmanus)
Im, Sang-su, 1962- (regissör)
Kim, T'ae-yong, 1969 (regissör)
Sŏng, Ki-yŏng, (filmmanus)
Pong, Chun-ho, 1969- (regissör)
Korea (South). Munhwa Ch'eyuk Kwan'gwangbu.
Han'guk Yŏngsang Charyowŏn (Seoul, Korea)
- a [Sŏul] : Munhwa Ch'eyuk Kwan'gwangbu : 
- Koreanska 8 DVD (ca. 908 min.) + 2 booklets (240 s.)
- [v. 1]. Romantic Papa = Romaensŭ ppappa -- [v. 2]. Rainy days = Changma -- [v. 3]. Oldest son = Changnam -- [v. 4]. Quiet family = Choyonghan kajok -- [v. 5]. Good lawyer's wife = Paramnan kajok -- [v. 6]. Family ties = Kajok ŭi t'ansaeng -- [v. 7]. Host = Koemul -- [v. 8]. Punch = Wandŭgi.
- Innehåll i medföljande häfte: Romantic papa, an example of modern patriarchal family in Korea / Lee Young-mee -- History and myth / Yi Young Jae -- The breakdown of the extended family and the tragedy of being family-centered / Park Yuhee -- The quiet family's silent scream / Maeng Su-jin -- A portrait of an indecent family / Kim Kyoung-wook -- Redefining the family paradigm / Jang Byeong-won -- Home or island / Baek Moonim -- Synchronicity of reality, asynchronous family: multicultural family in the film Punch / Lee Yeon-ho.
- [v. 1]. An insurance company worker, father is called 'Romantic Papa' by his five children. Although his salary is barely enough to feed the whole family, he takes care of his family with an optimistic nature and a penchant for laughter. However, due to his old age, he becomes laid off from the company -- [v. 2]. The story of a family torn apart by conflicting loyalties during and after the Korean War -- [v. 3]. Oldest son Lee Tae-yeong deals with family conflict when his elderly parents move into his home -- [v. 4]. About a family who opens a mountain lodge in a remote area. When all of the lodge's guests begin turning up dead, the family resorts to desperate measures -- [v. 5]. Tells the story of a contemporary family that turns to infidelity to cope with pressures from inside and outside the home -- [v. 6]. A cross-generational view of two families -- [v. 7]. Kang-du and his family have a small concession stand at Han River Park, Tunch'i. While he is serving beers to his customers, he witnesses the monster hanging and jumping into the water from one of Han River's bridges. The monster starts chasing and killing people along the river bank. Kang-du and an American soldier fight against the monster but the monster continues killing at the riverside park and takes Kang-du's daughter, Hyŏn-sŏ, with it. Hyŏn-sŏ's family declares their own battle with the monster to rescue Hyŏn-sŏ from the monster -- [v. 8]. Wan-deuk is a soft-spoken rebel who has all the makings of an at-risk youth. He comes from a poor family and is a quiet loner, who best expresses himself with his fists. He waits for the day he can escape the watchful eye of his meddling teacher and neighbor, Dong-ju. Dong-ju takes a particular interest in his young neighbor's life. One day, he blindsides Wan-deuk with some unexpected information. The mother Wan-deuk never knew is a Filipino immigrant and she wants to see him.
- Feature films -- Korea (South) (LCSH)
- Fiction films -- Korea (South) (LCSH)
- Families -- Korea (South) -- Drama. (LCSH)
- Korea (South) -- Social life and customs -- Drama. (LCSH)
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