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Disney Legendary

WALL·E WALL·E

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Special Focus | Disney Legendary | Andrew STANTON | USA | 2008 | 103min | DCP | color | Animation
Director Andrew STANTON Screenplay Andrew STANTON, Jim REARDON Producer John LASSETER Cinematography Jeremy LASKY Art Director Bert BERRY, Robert KONDO Editor Stephen SCHAFFER Sound Ben BURTT Music Thomas NEWMAN Cast Ben BURTT, Elissa KNIGHT, Jeff GARLIN, Fred WILLARD, John RATZENBERGER, Kathy NAJIMY

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
235 2018. 05. 05 14:30 Jeonju Cinema Town 8
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425 2018. 05. 07 13:30 Jeonju Dome
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  • Review

    One of the charms of Disney is that it continues classical genres, that has been cut off, through animated film. If one of them is a musical genre ([#i_]The Little Mermaid[_i#]), the other is a silent comedy film. The scenes of WALL·E, evolving through action and situation close to slapstick genre without dialogue proves that silent comedy is still attractive. One thing added to them is the imagination of SF genre. The slapstick of an old robot that disposes of garbage on the crumbling earth shows that small gestures will able to bring back the value of the earth in the catastrophic future, through the presence of what is called ´WALL·E´. The contrast between ´WALL·E´ and human beings on the universe, as well as romance with Eve, conveys a powerful message through revaluation of human values, such as the human gestures of robots and machines. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Andrew STANTON

Born in 1965, Massachusetts. An American film director, screenwriter, producer and voice actor. Finding Nemo and WALL·E earned him two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature. He was also nominated for three Academy Awards for Best Original Screenplay, for Finding Nemo, WALL·E, and Toy Story, and for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Toy Story 3.