Mrs. B., a North-Korean Woman

Direction
Year 
2016
Country
  • France
  • South Korea
Runtime
71min 
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Mrs. B., a North Korean woman, was forcibly sold to a Chinese farmer by her smugglers. To earn a living in China and help her family, who remained in North Korea, Mrs. B. turned to drug trafficking. She succeeds in getting her husband and sons smuggled into South Korea and then leaves herself with a group of illegal migrants to join her children at last. At the end of long and dangerous travels, Mrs. B. is held by the intelligence service as soon as she crosses the border into South Korea. Her life takes a completely unexpected turn than the one she’d dreamed of.

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