|War and Humanity|
Theatrical poster to War and Humanity
|Director|| Shin Sang-ok|
|Screenplay|| Kwak Il-Ro|
|Based on||Kwak Il-Ro|
|Music|| Hwang Mun-pyeong|
|Editor|| Kim Hee-su|
|Lighting|| Ma Yong-cheon|
|Production studio|| An Yang Films|
|Released||April 11, 1971|
|Debut theatre|| Hollywood|
During the Japanese occupation of Korea, a Korean college student, Jin-ho, marries Sakiko, the daughter of Colonel Fukube. Fukube, learning that Jin-ho is Korean, sends him to serve in Manchuria, hoping he will be killed. When he deserts the army and lives in hiding with Sakiko, Fukube hunts them down. Just as he is about to kill Jin-ho, the Korean Liberation Army saves him. Sakiko, however is killed during the fight.
- 1972 (Eighth) PaekSang Arts Awards
- War and Humanity (1971) at the Internet Movie Database
- "전쟁과 인간" (in Korean). Korean Movie Database. Retrieved 2011-07-14.