Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Often regarded as the North Korean Gone with the Wind, The Flower Girl is the filmed adaptation of an opera written by the “Great Leader” Kim Il Sung. Typical of a cinema that seeks to celebrate revolutionary ideals, the film depicts a Korea under imperial Japanese rule where servants are little more than chattels of their employers. The title character sells flowers to help her widowed, overworked mother and blind younger sister whilst waiting for her elder brother to fulfil his promise to return and rescue them from the terrible oppression.

Section: Cine Norcoreano
Friday 17 - 13 h
El Cultural San Martín Room: 1
Buy ticket

Wendsday 22 - 15:30 h
El Cultural San Martín Room: 1
Buy ticket

Título original: Kotpanum chonio
Spanish title: La chica de las flores
Year: 1972
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 121
Seconds: 0

Team:

D: Pak Hak, Choe Ik-kyu 


Cast:

Hong Youg-hui, Pak Hwa-son


Contact:

Wavelength Pictures. John Flahive
T +44 796 877 2792
E john.flahive@wavelengthpictures.co.uk
W wavelengthpictures.co.uk


Pak Hak Corea del Norte



View +

Choe Ik-kyu Corea del Norte



View +

05 May 2015

PROJECTS GOING TO CANNES

BAL’s “Work in Progress” section has selected two Argentine projects, one from Chile, one from Colombia and a Mexican-Ecuadorian co-production to be screened at t...

Leer


25 April 2015

A FESTIVAL THAT CONTINUES TO GROW

The 380 thousand people coming to the screenings and activities of the 2015 BAFICI and the great moments gathered over these two weeks have made this a memorable year for the Festi...

Leer


25 April 2015

GREAT CLOSING NIGHT AT TEATRO COLÓN

The Festival officially came to an end with the screening of “La calle de los pianistas” and the live concert by Karin Lercher and Natasha Binder in the main hall and t...

Leer


View all news