Ronnie Mac gets overwhelmed by pushy Pusan teenagers eager to catch a glimpse of their favourite stars at the Pusan International Film Festival.
The huge outdoor screen on which trippy graphics were played while a string/rock fusion group played a medley of cinema music. The film, “The Two Brothers”, was eminently forgettable. But the occasion wasn’t.
A car covered with the distinctive calling cards of Korean call girls forms the centrepiece of a demonstration to mark the first anniversary of the Sex Trade Prevention Act organised by Sallim, a supporting NGO for women victims of sex trafficking. The area where the Film Festival was being held is notorious for prostitution.