is an ’80s movie. Plain and simple. There’s a jock, a kind of preppy girl, a misunderstood punk, a tomboy who gets a makeover. (Though it kind of flips the script on that last one.) It’s even got binge-drinking and kids who fight with their dads. The only difference is, it’s not part of your John Hughes binge-watch weekend, but is showing at a film festival in 2015—and it takes place not in suburban Chicago, but in a camp in South Korea for kids whose families left the country after the Korean War.