Land of Scarecrows
This visually stunning work by one of Korea's most experimental filmmakers takes place against the beautifully bleak backdrop of rural Korea. After a devastating break-up, Ji-young Chang, a transgender installation artist, travels to the Philippines and returns with a beautiful new bride. Back in Korea, a young man who believes he was adopted from the Philippines enters the couple's lives. Questions of nationality and gender identity come to the forefront as sexuality and livelihoods intertwine.
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