Winner, Best Documentary Film Feature, 2012 Husham works tirelessly to build the hopes, dreams and prospects of 32 damaged orphans of war under his care…
High Commendation, Best Documentary Feature Film, 2012
Young-Chan comes from the Planet of Snail where deaf and blind people live slow and quiet lives. When Young-Chan came to Earth, nobody understood his language and he was desperate. Then Soon-Ho came into his life. She understands his loneliness and soon becomes an inseparable part of his life. Young-Chan also discovers an amazing world under his fingers as he learns to read with Braille. He dreams of writing a book. However, Soon-Ho cannot always be there for him because of her own physical difficulties. While she uneasily spends her first day waiting for his return, Young-Chan goes out into the world for the biggest adventure of his life.
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