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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Another Upspring of Korean Cinema

Ieoh Island

 

Director_ KIM Ki-young
 
Korea 1977 112min DCP color feature Fiction
Review

The film’s complicated time structure reminds us of Proust’s In Search of Lost Time. The pre-modern atmosphere with myths, ghosts and shamans are mixed with modern symptoms like tourism industry and the destruction of the ecosystem. The clash of shamanism and capitalistic values is led to a serious confrontation. The image of the ocean is overwhelmingly impressive. The director shot the ocean by zooming in the telephoto lens, which made the ocean look like standing up and the horizontal screen turn to vertical and engulfing everything. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorKIM Ki-young
  • ScreenplayLEE Chung-joon, HA You-sang
  • ProducerLEE Woo-seok
  • CinematographyJEON Il-seong
  • MusicHAN Sang-gi
  • Art DirectorLEE Myeong-su
CastLEE Hwa-shi, KIM Jung-chul, PARK Jeong-ja, PARJ Am, KWON Mi-hye
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
KIM Ki-young
 
Born in 1919, passed away 1998. He worked from 1950's to 1990's. His most notable films include Yang san Province (1955), Len's Sonata (1969), Promises (1975).
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