Korea (1995)

  • Drama
  • 1h 37m

Young Irish emigrants, on arriving in America, have been enlisted and sent to fight in the Korean war. One of those emigrants, Luke Moran, dies in Korea and his home village is awash with rumours about the compensation the Moran family received on Luke’s death. John Doyle hears the rumours but remains silent. Ben Moran is John’s arch-enemy, a feud traced back to the Civil War. Meanwhile, his son Eamon comforts and falls in love with Una Moran.

Cast

Donal Donnelly, Andrew Scott, Fiona Molony, Vass Anderson

Director

Cathal Black

Story

John McGahern

Screenplay

Joe O'Byrne

Producer

Darryl Collins

Cinematography

Nic Morris

Language(s)

English, irish

Included

23 mins
Interview with Cathal Black

Irish Screen America Executive Director Niall McKay chats with filmmaker Cathal Black about his film career, including the Solstice pick, Korea.

Click here to watch interview.