Couleur De Peau: Miel (Approved For Adoption)

Couleur De Peau: Miel (Approved For Adoption)
Couleur De Peau: Miel (Approved For Adoption)

Year

2012

Duration

75 minutes

Genres

Animation, Based on a true story, Biopics, Drama

Language

French (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Jung was one of 200,000 children adopted across the world after the Korean War. This touching film, based on his own graphic novel, uses animation, archive and home movie footage to tell the story of his adoption. Placed at the centre of a large Belgian family, Jung struggles to feel truly accepted by his adoptive parents and find a place in his new home. Focusing on key moments from Jung’s childhood and his relationship with his adoptive mother, the film uses personal experience to explore themes of identity and belonging in an innovative and sensitive way.

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