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by Jeon Soo-il


An aging Korean executive arrives in Nepal. Dressed in a suit and street shoes, he sets off on a desolate journey to a remote village where he spends several days staying with a local family. His only link to the inhabitants is a small boy with whom he manages to communicate through his broken English. In close proximity to everyday village life and surrounded by the awe-inspiring mountain scenery, he spends the following days in apathetic isolation, slowly starting to feel the weight of the problems he has carried with him from Korea, and also the professional obligations which brought him to Nepal.

international title: Himalaya, Where the Wind Dwells
original title: Barami Memounen Got, Himalaya
country: South Korea, France
sales agent: UDI - Urban Distribution International
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Jeon Soo-il
screenplay: Jeon Soo-il
cast: Choi Min-sik, Tsering Kipale Gurung
cinematography by: Kim Sung-tai
film editing: Kim In-soo, No Bong-seo
art director: Cho Yun-ah
music: Kim Hyung-suk
producer: Jeon Soo-il
production: Dongnyuk Film
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