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Special: Lee Myung-se

My Bride My Love

 

Director_ Lee Myung-se
 
Korea 1990 111min 35mm color feature Fiction
Review

Unlike Gagman that used a narrative strategy, betraying all expectations, Lee Myung-se clearly proclaims the visual language of his films in his second film. It starts with a man speaking to the audience and a woman making a confession facing the audience. My Bride My Love was made in the late 1980s and is about a love story in the 1980s. But close to the end it is revealed that the film was a recollection made 10 years later. The reason the present circumstances are reminisced in the future that has not yet come is the main theme of My Bride My Love. Sang-hoon, the main character could not be unaware of the distress, poverty and deprivation of life hidden under a simple life with his wife, his callowness and her innocence. However the successful writer has experienced life and knows what is meaningful and valuable. He pulls love and innocence out of it, places it in front of him and looks toward it to help him through hard times(It is actually helping him at the moment). Some of the images that seem childish compose the style of film, works as a tool to help cope with the dirtiness of life and forms the stem that breathes life into the story. M that was released in 2007 is the antithesis of My Bride My Love. Min-wu, the popular writer, lives in a segmentation of the present and the film finds the reason in a memory of the past. Mi-mi, a girl from the past, might be a different name for Miyeong, the leading actress in My Bride My Love. The present takes an interesting stand in both films that focus on memories of the past that are summoned by the future. (Lee Yong-cheol)

CREDIT
  • DirectorLee Myung-se
  • ScreenplayLee Myung-se
  • ProducerPark Hyo-sung
  • CinematographyYou Young-gill
  • MusicJeong Sung-jo
  • EditorKim Hyeon
  • SoundKim Kyeong-il
CastPark Joong-hoon, Choi Jin-sil
DIRECTOR
LEE Myung-se
 
Born in 1957. He debuted with feature film Gagman (1988). His most notable films include My Bride My Love (1990), Nowhere To Hide (1999).
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