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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Another Upspring of Korean Cinema

The Dream

 

Director_ BAE Chang-ho
 
Korea 1990 92min 35mm color feature Fiction
Review

Jo-shin was a monk who apostatized to love a woman but ended up in devastation. The film shows a variation of his major theme “love” and religious awakening, another theme in his filmography. Unlike the foreshadowing dream in the novel, Director Bae ignores the boundary between dream and reality and stylishly alludes that life is like an empty dream. After Hwang Jin-ie (1986), Bae showed better skills in restrained editing and description through light effects. Many scenes with his delicate touch still wow the audience. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorBAE Chang-ho
  • ScreenplayBAE Chang-ho, LEE Myung-se
  • ProducerLEE Tae-won
  • CinematographyJEONG Kwang-seok
  • MusicLEE Seong-jae
  • EditorKIM Hyun
  • Art DirectorLEE Hae-yoon
CastAHN Sung-ki, HWANG Sin-hye, JEONG Bo-seok, CHOI Jong-won
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
BAE Chang-ho
 
Born in 1953. He worked from 1980's to 2010's. His most notable films include Iron Men (1982), Whale Hunting (1984), Road (2004).
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