VISITING ARTIST—The Korean War left thousands of young refugees scattered across Europe and the United States. In this vibrant animated documentary based on his graphic novel, Jung, the film’s co-director and subject, retells his experience as a South Korean adoptee growing up in Europe. The film spans from an animated 1970s Belgium to present-day Korea, where a live-action Jung reconciles with his past, and moves through a variety of tones, as the ephemeral darkness of his youth is often trumped by a lighter, adult sensibility. Jung acknowledges the shortcomings and perhaps misguided intentions of his adoptive family but does so with a midlife serenity. This is not a story of a boy lost to circumstance but of a man who managed to elude his demons through artistry and creative expression.