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Published on Jan 16, 2009
Based on the real-life accounts of numerous North Korean refugees, the film centers on a family of three, the husband, Yong-soo, his wife, and their 11-year-old son. When Yong-soo's wife becomes seriously ill, he travels across the border into China in search of medicine but is ultimately forced to become a refugee in South Korea. Meanwhile, his ailing wife weakens through malnutrition and his son, desperate, decides to cross the desert in search of father.
PSALT is a non-profit ministry dedicated to increasing awareness about the crisis in North Korea and mobilizing resources and action to aid those who are suffering. PSALT is working with the U.S. producers of 'Crossing' to promote this film and raise awareness about the plight of North Korean refugees.
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