Berlin Report
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Berlin Report
In this political allegory, probably only interpretable by those living in South Korea, a Korean journalist working in Paris becomes intrigued by the murder trial of a Korean girl accused of killing her French stepfather. Nothing can be learned from the girl, because the trauma of the event has changed her into a mute, so the journalist seeks out her brother. Foreign reviewers were able to discern that the brother and sister represented South and North Korea, respectively, but were unable to follow the meaning of the rest of the investigation which, when considered purely as a story, they… More