This searing documentary explores why female workers still have to endure hardship and impoverished lives.
Low salary, labour exploitation, and the bloody crackdown: words that filled Cheonggyecheon market in 1970s Korea are now hovering over current-day Southeast Asia.
Awarded the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale 2015.
KOFFIA 2015 presents
In January 2014, on the day sewing workers stood up in Cambodia for their rights, a bullet hit the head of a 21-year-old female worker. That was the answer given to those who raised their voices and fought for their rights to be paid for their worth.