"Our homeland" is a documentary talking about "ZAI-NICHI" family what would happen when one of their family member "finally return" from North Korea for several days. How did this ZAI-NICHI family face the cultural difference during the reunion.
After the movie, I talked about ZAI-NICHI as much as I could since seldom Taiwanese people know about this but this background is quite important for understanding this movie.
Recently, I often have a feeling that understanding Japanese is gifted. For this kind of multi-language films, I could "at least" notice which kind of language the role use with the others. "The final goal to learn foreign language is to be able to get the information by his/herself in the language."
ps. I hate the stereotype of Japanese gay guys, and the frequency of this "interesting character" become more and more often.
It's not the reality.