Yukiko

// Yukiko

Young Sun Noh // France // 2018
// 70 min // Couleur // HD

Jaquette Yukiko

During Japan's occupation of Korea, a Japanese woman goes to Seoul to join her Korean lover. Back at the end of the Second World War, she brought a girl into the world, in Pyongyang, then had to flee. She returned to Japan, alone.

I dream of this woman, a foreigner, my unknown grandmother, deceased, without a name, without a face, isolated between two countries, simultaneously near and far, Korea and Japan. I dream of my mother, also so far away.

Over three generations, mothers and daughters remain strangers to one another. "Yukiko" is a story of missed transmissions, it is an attempt to retrieve fragments of stories, memories in tatters.

Festival

2018IDFA - Amsterdam (Pays-Bas) - Competition for Mid-Length Documentary


News

More than 19 international awards for Mila Turajlic's film since the IDFA 2017, including the Objectif d’or at the Millennium Film Festival, the Fipresci Jury Award in ZagrebDox, the Special Jury Award at Salem Film Fest, the Best Editing & Sound Design Awards at the Belgrade Documentary Festival !

Congratulations to Magali Bragard and Séverine Enjolras for their film Remake of a summer rewarded by the Excellence in Visual Anthropology Award at Ethnocineca International Film Festival of Vienna 2018

 It's official, The other side of everythingby Mila Turajlic will do it's World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival !


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