Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Parks "Never Ending Peace and Love" (NEPAL)
Grant Beehler | Washington, D.C. | 09/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've only seen the last portion of this video when I was visiting South Korea over the summer. NEPAL is directed by Park Chan-Wook (You may have heard of him from the Movie JSA: Joint Security Area), and tells the true story of a women named Chandra who loses your wallet and thus her identity while working in South Korea.
She is mistaken for a mentally challenged woman, and is thought to be Korean. The movie is short (28 minutes), but it goes over Chandra's life in facilities in South Korea for six and a half years, leading to her eventual return to Nepal. It highlights the struggle for foreign workers, and how they must cope with a different language and society.
This film identifies a lot problems within a homogeneous society like South Korea, and highlights some human rights issues.
I highly recommend this movie, I believe it's a captivating story."