The Journals of Musan
Not Yet Rated| 2 hr. 7 min.
Tagged as a defector, a South Korean feels like a misfit in society.
Director: Jung-bum Park
Jeon is played to perfection by the director himself. The spare script effectively funnels audience attention into him, who is never less than engaging. show more
If The Journals of Musan indicates anything, it's that people, for the most part, either can't or simply aren't willing to comprehend the circumstances behind others' actions. show more
An attempt to detail the plight of North Koreans in their new homeland, The Journals of Musan doesn't soft-pedal the hardship; Park, however, apparently felt obligated to stack the deck against the film's passive protagonist to a ridiculous degree. show more