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- Movie: A Blind River
- Revised romanization: Kwihyang
- Hangul: 귀향
- Director: Ahn Seon-Kyoung
- Assistant Director: Park Gyu-Taek, Ahn Seon-Kyoung
- World Premiere: October 1, 2009 (Zurich Film Festival)
- Release Date: November 5, 2009
- Runtime: 122 min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Seong-Chan (Park Sang-Hun) is a Korean adoptee living with a family in Australia. He meets a Korean girl named Ma-Ri, which sparks an interest for Sang-Chan to find his biological mother. He returns to Korea to look for his mother, but his search causes more confusion within Sang-Chan. Sang-Chan then meets a mother and daughter in a motel that brings back his past ...
- "A Blind River" is based on Albert Camus' 1944 play "The Misunderstanding" (Le Malentendu).
- "A Blind River" was invited to the "International Feature Film Competition" section at the 2009 Zurich Film Festival.
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