My Love Don't Cross That River

 “A work of extraordinary and disarming cinematic power …  a touching story of true love” – FilmInk

Still as flirty and playful as newlyweds, Jo Byeong-man and Kang Kye-yeol have been married for 76 years. She is nearly 90, he’s nearly 100, and together they’re a living, breathing romantic comedy – dressing to match one another, waterfighting in the kitchen and holding hands in bed. But as much as their love will endure, their bodies will not.

Filmed over the final months of Jo’s life in the couple’s tiny mountain village, this tear-jerking affirmation of the power of love is the highest-ever grossing film in South Korea, taking viewers to the peaks of joy and the brink of heartbreak.