, 20minutes OrigineEtats-Unis ActeursJoseph Steven Yang, James Kyson, Jun Hee Lee, Joon Park, Roland Young Rôle Beggar Boy #1 Note76% Deface is the story of Sooyoung, a faceless factory worker in a small town in North Korea who stays quiet and follows the rules. But when his daughter dies of starvation, Sooyoung is driven by his outrage to vandalize the large propaganda posters that decorate the town with happy, assuring slogans. Sooyoung risks his life to deface the billboards, repainting the messages to reflect the harsh reality of life in North Korea, and desecrating the images of Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il. He manages to avoid capture by the newly formed “Anti-Graffiti” patrol, but when he sees that his act of protest leads to the arrest of local innocents, he must question to what end do his rebellious actions really serve. Will Sooyoung continue his campaign of revolution or will the government silence another individual voice? Original, controversial and painstakingly researched, DEFACE sheds light on the Hermit Nation through dramatic storytelling, amazing performances and compelling imagery.
, 1h27 Réalisé parQuentin Lee GenresDrame, Thriller ThèmesSexualité, Homosexualité, LGBT, LGBT ActeursJun Hee Lee, Julia Nickson-Soul, Kevin Kleinberg Rôle Ethan Mao Note61% Ethan Mao (Jun Hee Lee) is an Asian gay teen who is kicked out of his house after his stepmother Sarah (Julia Nickson-Soul) finds a gay pornographic magazine in his room and shows it to his father. On the street, Ethan is forced to become a hustler for money. Soon, he meets Remigio (Jerry Hernandez), a teen hustler and drug dealer, and the two become friends and live together.