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When a man who had spent three decades in jail for a murder he denies committing declared in an interview that he had “no regrets” about his life, film director Kim Song Woong was stunned — and inspired.

After the encounter, Kim spent three years following Kazuo Ishikawa, 74, and his wife, Sachiko, 66, around with a camera to figure out the meaning of his words. The result is the documentary film “Until the Invisible Handcuffs are Removed.”

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