본문바로가기

STILL NOBODY KNOWS

Home - Program - STILL NOBODY KNOWS

Good Girls Don’t Get Beaten

  • Belarus
  • 2019
  • 52min
  • Documentary
  • HD
  • Color
  • NN
Schedule
THEATER
TIME
CODE
INFO
TICKET
ART 2
12/11(Sat) 17:50
22
계막 계막
예매하기Ticket
ART 2
12/12(Sun) 13:30
32
계막 계막
예매하기Ticket
Synopsis

Excessive use of force in self-defense is among the most wide-spread reasons why women end up in prison. Over 140 world countries have laws against domestic violence. There’s no such law in the Republic of Belarus.

Program Note

The responsibility to prevent domestic violence, the responsibility to resolve the conflict without the government's intervention, and the responsibility to protect oneself without harming the life or the body of the perpetrator, even in the life-threatening situations - why are victims burdened with all of this in domestic abuse situations? In Korea, where there is a law against domestic violence, the situations for the victims is not that much different from Belarus, where there is no such law.

Director

Galina Adamovich

Galina Adamovich was born in Minsk on the 19th October, 1969. In 1994 she graduated from the Documentary Films Department of the Belarusian Academy of Arts. Since then, she has been working as a filmmaker. Galina Adamovich is one of the most interesting documentary film directors in Belarus, and is also well-known in the international community. Almost all of her works were awarded at different international festivals. Her film “Oh my God!” received more than fifteen awards, one of which is the Grand Prix at the Class A International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary. In 2007 her film “Zavedenka” was named the best national film in the Republic of Belarus. In 2012 she won the Special Prize of the President of the Republic of Belarus for the figures of culture and art for the film “Inokinya”. In 2013 she was awarded “Minsk Citizen of the Year”.