The Unquenchable Fire






Title / Unquenchable Fire


a Moon Film Korea production

Writer & Director MOON Hong-sik >>

Present / production

Genre / anti-Japanese history

Running time / 140min

Formats / 4K,  2,35:1,  Black&White













Through eyes of Frank William Schofield who was a foreign missionary in Korea and was deported for opposing

Japanese imperialism and helping Korean independence a century ago, the movie sheds new light on the beginning

and spread of the March First Independence Movement in Korea.  It reveals the barbarities of Japan, a so-called

barbarous country, such as genocide and burning alive of Korean Christians and armed suppression of the nonviolent

protest, and finally records the truth in history for all time.