Director by Lee Doo-yong
Korea, 1986, 107 min.
In Korean with English subtitles
The Korea Society's new Classic Movie Night series, When Japan Ruled Korea: Movies Set in the Colonial Era, continues this Thursday, February 19th, 2009 with a screening of Mulberry at 6:30 PM.
Lee Mi-sook won best actress at the 31st Asian Pacific Film Festival for her role as a neglected wife who seeks fulfillment from other women's husbands. Set in rural, Japanese-occupied Korea, this erotic, cautionary tale is based on a story by Na Do-hyang. Contains mature themes.
Mulberry will be screened at The Korea Society in midtown Manhattan at 950 Third Avenue (entrance on 57th Street), 8th Floor.
Individual ticket price: $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers
Click here to buy tickets.
For more information contact Heewon Kim at (212) 759-7525, ext. 355.
Monthly Screenings of The Korea Society's Classic Movie Night are held every third Thursday of the month.