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|My Sister, the Pig Lady|
|Directed by||Jang Moon-il|
|Produced by||Kim Sang-young |
|Written by||Jang Moon-il|
|Starring||Hwang Jung-eum |
|Music by||Jung Cha-sik|
|Cinematography||Kim Young-ho |
|Edited by||Shin Min-kyung |
|Distributed by||CGV Arthouse|
My Sister, the Pig Lady (Hangul: 돼지 같은 여자; RR: Dwaeji Gateun Yeoja; lit. "A Pig Like Woman") is a 2015 South Korean romantic comedy film directed by Jang Moon-il. The film was invited to the 39th Montreal World Film Festival as part of their World Greats selection.
In a small seaside village, where all the young men have left for the city, three young women, Jae-hwa, Yoo-ja, and Mi-ja hope to catch the eye of Joon-seob, the only eligible bachelor left in town. Jae-hwa has plans to make her family prosperous by raising pigs, but the endeavor is more difficult than she imagined: the pigs keep wandering away. They roam the town and every now and then get stuck in a rut. A rumor spreads that Jae-hwa’s mother is having an affair. Not that it matters to her father, who is generally drunk, or to her younger brother, who keeps getting into fights. Joon-seob, who has stood by Jae-hwa despite her family’s stream of misfortunes finally take his relationship with Jae-hwa to another level, and they begin dating. But Yoo-ja and Mi-ja aren’t about to give up. They begin to scheme...
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