Covers twenty years in the life of a warm and lively family, dominated by the expansive and sometimes tyrannical father, a Ukranian poet, set between the political thaws of 1968 and 1989. Story centres on daughter, Olga, and her transition to adulthood.
A man with poor means recreates a lost memory of the last day with his mom. Objects come to life in a desperate struggle to produce a single moment that is gone.
We meet Omondi; he’s 12, orphaned by AIDS, living in East Africa’s largest slum, Nairobi’s Kibera. We watch him emerge from his burrow in a garbage dump; then we follow him as he walks through Kibera. He tells us that he wants to be a pilot. Gradually, we learn why.
Bo-hyun escaped from North Korea to South Korea with leaving his family behind. He tries to get a new job instead of working in a small amusement hall, but it’s not as easy as to fit in to new circumstances. Detective Joe who takes care of him always says that he’ll find a new job for him.