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In this undated photo released on Saturday, Oct. 6 2012 by Busan International Film Festival, Japanese actress Sakura Ando and South Korean actor Yun Sung-ho act in a scene from the movie "Our Homeland" in Japan. Korean-Japanese filmmaker Yang Yonghi says she leaned on her own personal history and similar stories from her pro-North Korean community in Japan for her latest movie, which made its South Korean debut Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at the Busan International Film Festival. (AP Photo/Busan International Film Festival) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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In this undated photo released on Saturday, Oct. 6 2012 by Busan International Film Festival, Japanese actress Sakura Ando and South Korean actor Yun Sung-ho act in a scene from the movie "Our Homeland" in Japan. Korean-Japanese filmmaker Yang Yonghi says she leaned on her own personal history and similar stories from her pro-North Korean community in Japan for her latest movie, which made its South Korean debut Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at the Busan International Film Festival. (AP Photo/Busan International Film Festival) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this undated photo released on Saturday, Oct. 6 2012 by Busan International Film Festival, Japanese actress Sakura Ando and South Korean actor Yun Sung-ho act in a scene from the movie "Our Homeland" in Japan. Korean-Japanese filmmaker Yang Yonghi says she leaned on her own personal history and similar stories from her pro-North Korean community in Japan for her latest movie, which made its South Korean debut Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at the Busan International Film Festival. (AP Photo/Busan International Film Festival) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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