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Saturday 28th April 2018

The Memory of The 25th Hour ( 스물다섯번째시간)+Q&A with Director Sungeun Kim

Free (No ticket required - First come first served)
INDOOR: Deptford Cinema

The film traces memories of a ten year resistance against the construction of a huge military base at Gangjeong village, Jeju Island, South Korea.

Facing repeated police crackdowns on the protestors’ encampment at the military housing complex construction site, one of the activist’s comments “we’re living the 25th hour”.

The sustainability of the hour becomes questioned throughout the film, as the day unfolds evoking different moments in the history of the struggle.

Exploring the possibility of filmmaking as a means of active memory, this film follows the life of activism after its visible phases.

Doors open 2pm. Film 2.30. Korean language English subtitles


Is there a movie scene that has personal significance for you? Caroline Jupp invites you to talk about a moment in a film, from the iconic to the obscure that has particular meaning for you.

Share your thoughts with Caroline. She will be at Deptford Cinema on 28/4/18 from 4-5pm after the screening of The Memory of the 25th Hour. For more information about how to take part, please visit


Sungeun Kim
Running Time
78 mins
South Korea
Deptford Cinema
39 Deptford Broadway , London, SE8 4PQ

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