Main trailer and liberate date released for the impending Korean film "Steel Flower"
"Steel Flower" (2015)Directed via Park Suk-youngWith Jeong Ha-dam,...SynopsisEach night, a homeless ladyremains in desertedhomes to get by. In the winter, she leaves the bloodless environs of Seoul and heads to Busan, ultimatelylocating an empty area in an abandoned a section of town. She starts trying to findsome way to make a living, yetit istrickyto discovera rolewith out ahouse address, no Identification card, and no telephone number. She in the end does locate work, but her employer takes good thing about her and finally ends up firing her without paying any wages. No personturns out to be on her aspect in this harsh and abusive world. Park depicted a an identicaltale or so3 homeless women in his debut film, "Wild Flowers" (2014). WhilstMetallic Flower is in the similar vein, it be more concise since there are fewer characters on which to focus. He also tries to keep away fromthe use ofan analogous stereotypical characteristics of the film's antagonists. Jeong Ha-dam, who played the youngest woman in "Wild Flowers", seems as lead in this movie and leaves audience with an intense and lasting impression. (NAM Dong-chul)Festival20th Busan Overseas Film Festival (2015)Vision SectionRelease date in Korea : 2016/04/07