We are perplexed when we meet sex slaves for Japanese military during World War II called as comfort women. It is because that we couldn´t dare to feel the depth of tragedy and weight of anguish which they went through. And also we couldn´t get near to them because our poor consolation could remind them of their pain. My Heart Is not Broken yet gives the courage and comfort to people who feels hesitations about them. Our heroine, Song Sin-do´s life is literally vicissitudes. She escaped from forced marriage at the age of 17, and then she was deceived by the word that "You can live alone if you go to the front" She had been finally forced to be a sex slave for 7 years. A Japanese soldier who had made a promise to live together discarded her when he arrived in Japan. So she has lived with a Korean old man without sexual intercourse. Song Sin-do who is a Japanese-Korean and former sex slave doesn´t believe anyone because of her life. With Song Sin-do´s trial that claims an official apology and reparation of Japan about the sex slave system during World War Ⅱ, this film tells a story about the relation between her and Party that supports the trial of Japanese-Korean comfort women. Song Sin-do had a way of life that ´Don´t trust anyone´. Women of the party had doubted that they could succeed to finish the process of the trial while believing Song Sin-do ´who seems that there is no small gap threading a needle.´ The process of getting trust to each other and having the power that makes them fight against unjustifiable world are moving. When Song Sin-do, who lives as a boundary human that doesn´t belong to either Korea or Japan, said that I´m happy owing to the girls of the supporting party, we want to make her happy together. We also want to be happy with the beautiful woman Song Sin-do while laughing, crying and getting angry against the ridiculous war that makes us upset.
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