Ji-min Park, the actress of “Return to Seoul”, in a word, a gesture and a silence

Ji-min Park, the actress of “Return to Seoul”, in a word, a gesture and a silence

Ji-min Park, the actress of “Return to Seoul”, in a word, a gesture and a silence

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Actress and visual artist Ji-min Park, the heroine of Davy Chou’s film “Return to Seoul”. © Siegfried Forster / RFI

Visual artist, this is his first film role. Ji-min Park blows up the screen in French-Cambodian director Davy Chou’s “Return to Seoul” in the running for the Oscars. She was born in Seoul, she came to Paris at the age of 8. In the film, she embodies the vibrant story of a young woman, once adopted in Korea by French parents, who searches for her roots. In a word, a gesture and a silence tells of her first steps as an actress. Visual artist, this is her first role in the cinema. Ji-min Park blows up the screen in “Return to Seoul” by French-Cambodian director Davy Chou. Born in Seoul, she came to Paris at the age of 8. In the film, she embodies the vibrant story of a young woman, once adopted in Korea by French parents, who searches for her roots. She recounts her first steps as an actress in a word, a gesture and a silence.

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