Natasha, originally from Uzbekistan, gets citizenship in Korea. She wishes to buy a family graveyard as Koreans do. At the last minute, she finds a miraculously low-priced land put by some old lady, but the lady declines to sell her property to Natasha because she is a foreigner. Natasha decides to meet this lady...
One’s Family Gravesite is a film questioning the meaning of nationality and “roots.” Natasha who is a naturalized Korean from Uzbekistan plans to find her family gravesite to be rooted. She finds the perfect land but the landowner, an old lady, doesn’t want to sell it to a foreigner. Eventually, Natasha’s enthusiastic approach strikes up a conversation and the two open their hearts for each other. “Moon is the moon wherever it is,” is a good summary of the film. Hur Jin playing the old lady shows mature performance and gives a deep impression. [MOON Seok]
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