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Screening: 기억의 전쟁 Untold (A War of Memories) — Gadag

Thursday April 4th 20:30 p.m - 23:30

Old text in German: A woman looks thoughtfully through a window. Alt text in English: A woman looks pensively through a window.

(c) Bora Lee-Kil

You can find information at the bottom of this website in DGS in video format.

April 4, 2024, 8:30 - 11:30 PM @ Oyoun, Club (Souterrain)

Movie Screening: Bora Lee-Kil, 기억의 전쟁 Untold (A War of Memories), 2018, 79 mins.
Followed by a film talk with the director and the curator Dami Choi

Language (film): Korean and Vietnamese spoken language
Subtitle: with English subtitles

Language (film talk): English spoken language and DGS (German sign language) - Interpretation by Viviane Grünberger and Mille Jepsen
Information about the DGS program shares/offersfrom GADAG you can find here.

Content notes: This film contains sensitive topics such as death and dying.

UNTOLD is a story about two different memories on civilian massacre during the Vietnam War: memories of Korean soldiers and Vietnamese victims.

In the 1960s, South Korea fought in the Vietnam War as a US ally, insisting Korea should help to root out the communists in Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, the Korean army massacred an entire village. A few survivors spoke out, revealing what really happened that day. 

UNTOLD recalls the memories of three survivors; Dinh Cam, Nguyen Lap, and Nguyen Thi Thanh, leaving the question: “After 50 years of silence, what does the Vietnam War really mean to us and what should it be?”

The ruling in favor of Nguyen Thi Thanh in February 2023 marked the first time a South Korean court has acknowledged state liability for the civilian massacre in the Vietnam War.

가닥 Gadag is a project by Oyoun, funded by the Lotto Stiftung Berlin, with its public program on 24 March - 30 April, 2024. It has three chapters unfolding at the same time: Strands (video and multimedia exhibition), Tangle (laboratory) and Knots (accompanying events and program).

- The club is located in the basement and can be reached via the stairs or elevator. 
- Chairs, benches, bean bags and seat cushions are available as seating options.
- There are retreats on the 2nd floor, next to the hall.
- The barrier-free toilet on the 1st floor can be reached from the hall via the elevator.
- You can find detailed information about the accessibility of the rooms (including directions, use of the elevator, barrier-free toilets, early boarding). here.
- Information about further DGS program shares/offers from GADAG you can find here.

If you have any questions or would like to share your individual accessibility needs, please send us an email hallo(at)oyoun.de. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Thursday April 4th
20:30 - 23:30
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