In this undated photo released on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012 by Busan International Film Festival, South Korean actor Lee Kyeong-yeong, third from right on a chair, acts as a torturer in a scene from the film "National Security." The film based on the memoir of a democracy activist who was tortured in the 1980s by South Korea's military rulers is provoking discussion about the country's not-so-distant authoritative past and the influence it will have on this year's presidential election. (AP Photo/Busan International Film Festival) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In this undated photo released on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012 by Busan International Film Festival, South Korean actor Lee Kyeong-yeong, third from right on a chair, acts as a torturer in a scene from the film "National Security." The film based on the memoir of a democracy activist who was tortured in the 1980s by South Korea's military rulers is provoking discussion about the country's not-so-distant authoritative past and the influence it will have on this year's presidential election. (AP Photo/Busan International Film Festival) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this undated photo released on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012 by Busan International Film Festival, South Korean actor Lee Kyeong-yeong, third from right on a chair, acts as a torturer in a scene from the film "National Security." The film based on the memoir of a democracy activist who was tortured in the 1980s by South Korea's military rulers is provoking discussion about the country's not-so-distant authoritative past and the influence it will have on this year's presidential election. (AP Photo/Busan International Film Festival) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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