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Canada’s Top Ten: In Her Place

Sat, Mar 14 / 3 pm
Directed by Albert Shin
2014, Canada & South Korea, 115 min
Korean w/English subtitles

An affluent couple from Seoul arrives at a desolate farm in the South Korean countryside, where a pregnant teenager and her mother have agreed to let them adopt the girl’s unborn child. The wife is to stay at the farm until the child is born and a quiet unease begins to percolate as the three unnamed women fall into a daily routine, each working to fill a void within. However, as their very different paths converge, their arrangement becomes more than what they bargained for.

Generously  sponsored by IATSE 856 and Radio Canada Manitoba and presented with Tiff Canada’s Top Ten 

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Reviews

A film about yearning, love and the extraordinary tears and magic that are borne out of the company and shared experience of women... Exquisite.
- Greg Klymkiw 
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