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The style of this movie is a rock-doc. There are no interviews or talking heads. The movie is composed of real-life footage taken in Korea (e.g., police officers, protesters, government officials, activists), some of it shot by the student filmmakers and some of it shot by professional news crews. The movie was produced by the National Film Board of Canada with the assistance of the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. The NFB has produced and distributed documentaries about a range of social issues for the past half-century. It is Canada's oldest and one of the world's largest documentary film producers (15).
In the classroom, students will compare Korea’s current defense posture with that of the Korean War. They will research and write about the history of Korean-American relations, including the history of Korean-American military service. Students will also analyze the complexities of Korean-American relationships today, including through archival images, prints, and artwork. They will use primary sources to examine how the Korean American community has accepted responsibility for the past; their research will emphasize historical and cultural issues.
The February 11th commemoration of the Korean War falls on the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Japanese surrender. On the day of the surrender, a Korean American soldier, Private James Anderson, was killed in the Battle of Pork Chop Hill. Through a carefully orchestrated series of events, the Korean American community has been reaffirming the value of kindness and friendship for 70 years. 827ec27edc