No man’s Land – dir. Kim HyunJong

Original Film Title: No man’s Land

Director’s Name: Kim HyunJong

Writer’s Name : Kim HyunJong

Producer: Kim HyunJong

Country of Origin: Korea, Republic of

Country of Filming: Korea, Republic of

Language: Ebglish

Runtime: 1 minute 31 seconds

Film Description:

In 1916, a large battle took place in Verdun, one of the western French fronts.
There is a sound of fire everywhere and a shower of bullets. To occupy only a few inches of land, countless soldiers rush to the front line knowing death.
After the desperate battle, a soldier who is left alone is lost in deep thought, recalling the horrors of the last battle.
“No Man’s Land” is based on the Battle of Verdun, one of the largest battles on the Western Front of World War I in 1916.
The Battle of Verdun lasted a total of 303 days, with approximately 714,231 casualties and 377,231 French and 337,000 German. It is recorded as one of the longest and most terrible war of attrition in human history.

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