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Biryu
Biryu
Theatrical poster to Biryu
Director Lee Man-heung
(이만흥)
Producer An Dong-ju
Screenplay Park U-in
(박우인)
Art director Park Seok-in
(박석인)
Music Kim Dong-jin
(김동진)
Cinematographer Choe Ho-jin
(최호진)
Editor Kim Young-hee
(김영희)
Lighting Go Hae-jin
(고해진)
Production studio A.P.K Production
(A.P.K 프로덕션)
Released February 19, 1956
Debut theatre Danseongsa
(단성사)
KMDb profile

Biryu (비류) is a 1956 film directed by Lee Man-heung.[1]

SynopsisEdit

While a couple are escaping from North Korea, the husband is shot and killed. The wife reaches South Korea, where she meets a man who looks like her husband. The wife of the other man is dying from tuberculosis, and he is attracted to the North Korean woman. In order to keep faith with her husband, she becomes a Buddhist nun. When her husband appears, not having been killed in the escape, but physically crippled, the two commit suicide together.[1]

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NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "비류" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-08-04.

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