Kim (Ahn Sung-Kee) left his homeland, wife and daughter 13 years ago to roam Europe, finally settling in Poland, where he opened a taekwondo school. Solitary by nature and perhaps atoning ... See full summary »

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Kim (as Sung-kee Ahn)
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Michal
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Jola
Bartosz Opania ...
Young Pole
Michal Bukowski ...
Marek
Waldemar Barwinski ...
Michal's Friend
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Barber
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Janitor
Hanna Polk ...
Cashier
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Flat Owner
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Dissatisfied Customer at the Restaurant
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Restaurant Owner
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Michal's Father
Mariusz Leszczynski ...
Janitor at the Sports Club
Ernestyna Winnicka ...
Mother of the Boy Attending Taekwondo Lessons
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Kim (Ahn Sung-Kee) left his homeland, wife and daughter 13 years ago to roam Europe, finally settling in Poland, where he opened a taekwondo school. Solitary by nature and perhaps atoning for a wilder youth, he holds himself above the fray of the grungy, crime-ridden area in which he lives, penning unanswered letters to his daughter. Two relationships gradually draw him into the social fabric of Poland and provide separate challenges to his contained existence: an initially casual, eventually warm friendship with a freewheeling young blonde, Jola (Ewa Gawryluk) , and an edgy master-pupil relationship with a young thug, Michal (Pawel Burczyk), who enrolls in his classes. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Romance

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14 February 1998 (South Korea)  »

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Ibangin  »

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