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‘Return To Seoul’s Davy Chou On Exploring The “Depth Of Contradictory Emotions” For An Adoptee Returning Home – Contenders L.A.

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In 2011, director Davy Chou was heading to South Korea for the first time when one of his best friends decided to tag along to show him around “her country.” “It was shocking to hear her say ‘my country,’ ” Chou said during an appearance at Deadline’s Contenders Film: Los Angeles, since his friend never talked about Korea because she was adopted in France at an early age. “[It was] also very showing of her impulsive personality that Freddie, the character of the film, has.” RELATED: The Contenders Film: Los Angeles – Deadline’s Full Coverage Upon meeting his friend’s biological father and grandmother, Chou had the inspiration for Return to Seoul.

Written and directed by Chou, Return to Seoul, or All The People I’ll Never Be, follows Freddie (Park Ji-Min), a 25-year-old French woman who travels to South Korea to find her biological family.

Having been adopted and raised in France, Freddie’s travel to an unknown country takes her life in new and unexpected directions.

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