Published on Dec 18, 2012
Help stop domestic violence. Reach out to those who are entangled in an abusive relationship. Raise awareness and encourage them to get help.
Synopsis: John Kim lives next door to a family plagued by domestic violence in an apartment complex in Koreatown. John longs to protect Min Young, the wife, and Sam, her 9 year old son, from the abuse, but can only stand by and watch as the family continues to deteriorate. When things get of control between Min Young and her husband, John is forced to intervene, revealing a deep and dark truth.
Starring: Jun Kim, Arden Cho, Lance Lim; Director: Andrew Oh;
Producers: Sun W. Kim, Trip Hope, Johnny B. Lee
Here's how you can help:
1. Watch and share MANDEVILLA.
2. Host a screening and discussion with your church, school organization, and/or community groups.
3. Contact KAFSC for help at www.kafscla.org.
If you or someone you know is affected by domestic violence, call or email us for a confidential, no-obligation appointment with a licensed counselor.
About KAFSC and the Project: KAFSC is a non-profit organization that provides counseling, education, and support to Korean immigrant families in the Greater Los Angeles area, including those impacted by domestic violence. MANDEVILLA is part of KAFSC's Engaging Korean Men to End Domestic Violence Project, a campaign directed at mobilizing men to break the cycle of domestic violence.