A documentary about the underground structures scattered throughout East Asia and their history. The image of the present and the voice of the past reconstruct the memory that cannot be forgotten.
This film is a historical documentary about underground structures in Korea, Japan and Taiwan. The camera begins with left-off station of Sinseol-dong and explores coal mines in Sabuk, treating the workers’ struggle during the Korean industrialization. The film also ruminates on perpetrators and victims in the structures during the World War Ⅱ in Taiwan and Japan. As the recent image is overlaid by the past voices, historical memories are recalled in the film. The film attracts the landscape of underground structures as a medium of the present and past. [KIM Youngjin]
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