Languages of SoCal Film Series | Innocence (South Korea, 2020)

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Featured, Online/Virtual, Films

Program Description

Event Details

In Innocence, young lawyer Jung-in (Shin Hye-sun) travels from Seoul to her backwater birthplace after the family she left behind is implicated in a murder. Trying to defend her mother in a murder trial, she is frustrated at every turn by local authorities, who seem strangely reluctant to pursue leads that might clear her mother's name.

Register now to join our free film screening and discussion.

 

Join us for the final movie in the Languages of SoCal Mini-Series for Foreign Language Film Night, Spring 2021. Don't miss out on the chance to watch this international film, free to the public, screened synchronously and followed by a discussion with guest speakers and SDSU faculty about cultural aspects of the film and their immigrant experiences. The discussion will last about 30 minutes and include a Q&A open to all participants.

Event speakers:

Insook Kang (Korean instructor, SDSU)

Jimi Kim (South Korean film expert and lecturer)

 

The Languages of SoCal Film Series is brought to you by the Language Acquisition Resource Center (LARC) at San Diego State University. They're partnering up with SDSU's Department of Asian Languages at this event. For any questions relating to this series and/or registering, please email Stacy Nyikos.

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Information and program content can be made available in alternative formats upon request. To request disability-related modifications or accommodations, please email JFRogers@sandiego.gov