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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Wild at Heart

Save the Green Planet

 

Director_ JANG Joon-hwan
 
Korea 2003 117min 35mm color feature Fiction
Review

Save the Green Planet is a real oddball that keeps both amusement spirit and social criticism. It is a drama of earthmen versus alleged aliens as well as a confrontation between capitalists and laid-off workers. It warmly explores the tragedy of a minority group who has to bequeath misfortune. And it is a civilized satire drama that dreams of a cosmic salvation. While it has the B-movie setting with a man striving to save the Earth, it is filled with realistic details and extreme gore energy. Such complex appeals still look amazing. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorJANG Joon-hwan
  • ScreenplayJANG Joon-hwan
  • ProducerKIM Sun-a
  • CinematographyHONG Gyung-pyo
  • MusicMichael STAUDACHER
  • EditorPARK Gok-ji
  • SoundLEE Ji-soo
  • Art DirectorJANG Geun-Young, KIM Gyung-Hee
CastSHIN Ha-kyun, BAEK Yoon-sik
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
JANG Joon-hwan
 
Born in 1970. He won the Best New Director award with Save the Green Planet at Blue Dragons film awards. He also directed Hwayi: A Monster Boy (2013) and 1987: When the Day Comes (2017).
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