The House of Suh
(Contains strong language and violence)
THE HOUSE OF SUH tells the story of Andrew Suh and his sister Catherine, and how the values, conflicts, and dysfunctions of their Korean immigrant family led to the murder of Catherine's fiance, Robert O'Dubaine. Eloquently narrated by Andrew, the documentary highlights issues of assimilation and the struggle between freedom and responsibility, raising questions about guilt, innocence, and the illusive gray area in-between.
Preceded by the incredible short film "Juche Rules":
Inspired by true events, Juche Rules is the story of a young journalist's bizarre bus tour through the mountains of North Korea. Absurd, shocking and terrifying, its a ride that will force all passengers to define for themselves the meaning of wrong and right.
Asian Arts Initiative
1219 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|