Korea, the Impossible Reunification?
Pierre-Olivier François
2013 - 55 min - Non spécifié - Couleur - France

For 60 years, Korea has been divided into two separate countries with diametrically opposed societies. Since the 1953 armistice, no peace treaty has ever been signed. Technically, the two states are still at war. After three generations of impenetrable division, the key question is simple: is reunification possible? Answering this question through interviews and archival images, North and South Koreans have agreed to recount their shared history.

Author-Director : Pierre-Olivier François
Photography : Mathieu Pensard
Sound : Mathieu Pensard
Editing : Claude Clorennec
Delegate Producer : Alegria productions
Broadcasting Co-producer : ARTE France


Distributor : Alegria productions
Not commercial Distribution : ADAV
DVD Editing : Arte Éditions
VOD : Arte VOD


2014 - FIPA (Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels), Biarritz (France) : Hors compétition