SQIFF18 A Girl at My Door CCA
Fri 7 December 2018
Promising police cadet Young-nam is sent to work in a small seaside village after her lesbian relationship is outed to her bosses in Seoul. Here, she meets a bullied teenager, Sun Dohee, and quickly becomes her trusted friend and defender. But as Young-nam looks further into Dohee’s family life, she discovers a history of abuse by her stepfather, Yong-ha, whose own murky past masks the history of exploitative labour practices that have led to his becoming a powerful figure in the town.–
Film in the Korean language with English language subtitles/captions. Hearing loop available.
Film relies on visual material to convey ideas and contains no English language, so is less accessible for blind and partially sighted audiences. Large print versions of handouts available.
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Centre for Contemporary Arts
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Glasgow G2 3JD
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