Pyeongtaek, Struggles of South Korean Farmers for Land
WW: What compelled you to make a film about this story?
WW: Why did you choose the medium of film when you had been working in radio for most of your career?
WW: It was very good quality, especially considering it was your first film. How much video training did you have before you left to shoot in South Korea?
WW: What are you hoping people will take away from the film, now that you know the people are going to be forced out of their village?
WW: What particular relevance do you think this will have to people in Portland?
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