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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Another Upspring of Korean Cinema

Jagko

 

Director_ IM Kwon-taek
 
Korea 1979 103min DCP color feature Fiction
Review

Jagko describes the lifelong journey of escape and trace by Song Gi-yeol, a general for liquidating partisans and a partisan member named Jagko. Their cat-and-mouse journey starts from Jiri Mountain and passes through everywhere in South Korea. This epic Korean road movie depicts the misfortune of two men who fall in love because they have hated each other so much. Becoming puppets of ideology, they ruined their lives and their families’. We, however, cannot help but admit that they only tried not to be trapped in their respective misfortunes. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorIM Kwon-taek
  • ScreenplaySONG Gil-han
  • ProducerKANG Daejin
  • CinematographyGU Jungmo
  • MusicKIM Yeongdong
  • EditorKIM Huisu
  • SoundLEE Yeonggil, SON Hyosin
  • Art DirectorKIM Seongbae
CastKIM Huira, CHOI Yunseok, Banghui, KIM Jeongran, PARK Aena, LEE Suhan
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
IM Kwon-taek
 
Born in 1934. He worked from 1960's to 2010's. His most notable films include Farewell Duman River (1962), Testimony (1973), Mandara (1981).
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