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Video thumbnail: POV My Love, Don't Cross That River - Trailer

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My Love, Don't Cross That River - Trailer

Kang Gye-Yeol and Jo Byeong-Man are married and have lived together for 76 years.

My Love, Don't Cross That River - Trailer

Video thumbnail: POV How does the My Love explore the ideas of life and death?

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How does the My Love explore the ideas of life and death?

Filmmaker Jin Moyoung discusses what death means to the characters in his film.

How does the My Love explore the ideas of life and death?

Video thumbnail: POV What did you learn about love while filming?

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What did you learn about love while filming?

Filmmaker Jin Moyoung describes what he discovered about marriage while making the film.

What did you learn about love while filming?

Video thumbnail: POV What role does the location play in the film?

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What role does the location play in the film?

Filmmaker Jin Moyoung speaks to the importance of nature in his film.

What role does the location play in the film?

Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Afterlife

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Classroom Clip: Afterlife

Kang collecting clothes for the fire in preparation for the afterlife.

Classroom Clip: Afterlife

Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Stay Strong

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Classroom Clip: Stay Strong

A view of snowy fields with Kang saying, "Stay strong, even if it gets a bit cold"

Classroom Clip: Stay Strong

Video thumbnail: POV Classroom Clip: Lost Children

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Classroom Clip: Lost Children

The clip begins with Kang Gye-Yeol bathing her husband

Classroom Clip: Lost Children