During the Korean War, the term ‘Supply Class V’ refers to women, as the fifth military supply offered to soldiers. Examining issues of the ongoing lawsuit against the Korean government filed by the former U.S. military’s ‘comfort women’, the film reveals how Japanese military’s sexual slavery system during World War II was repeated in the Korean society. There is no direct interview with the victims in the film, yet their own writings become a part of the story.
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|新光三廳||2021/05/08 - 11:30 to 12:36|