Wave After Wave: Domestic Violence | Chicago Reader

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Jisu Kim's 2000 documentqary presents a half dozen Korean-American women whose husbands subjected them to excruciating physical and mental abuse. Aside from their Korean sense of shame and their vulnerability as housebound immigrants, they aren't much different from other victims of domestic abuse, and Kim's pedestrian editing exacerbates the monotony of their painful litany. 45 min.

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