Join us every Thursday at the Paul and Eslanda Robeson Cinema at The People’s Forum, created in the spirit of their love of art, film and revolutionary culture.
Called the greatest Korean film of all time, and at one point banned in South Korea because of its stark depiction of the war, Obaltan depicts life in Seoul just years after the end of the Korean War as the hardships and anxieties of the social and economic devastation are played out by a few people trying to better themselves and those just trying to get by.
Korea | 1961 | Yoo Hyeon-Mok | 101 min
This is a free educational program, however, in order to maintain a safe capacity level, we ask that you get a $8 solidarity ticket to reserve your participation and to sustain our educational programming.
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