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Hurrah! For Freedom (자유만세)

자유만세 (ja-yu-ma-se)

Directed by Choi In-gyu (최인규)

Screenplay by

Drama Melodrama Romance

60min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
In August 1945, Nam-boo (Dok Eun-gi), a Japanese collaborator, reveals the name of an independence activist, Choi Han-joong (Jeon Chang-keun), who puts him in prison. But Choi successfully escapes, and secretly hides in Hye-ja (Hwang Ryeo-hui)'s house, who works as a nurse at a university medical center. As Han-joong's underground organization prepares to raise an armed uprising, Park (Kim Seung-ho-I) who has a bomb, gets caught by the Japanese military police. Han-joong saves Park, and hides himself in Nam-boo's girlfriend, Mi-hyang's (Yu Gye-seon) apartment. While she is hiding him she develops a crush on him and goes to his organization's place, and gives them information and money. Nam-boo and the military police who had been following her shoots her to death, and Han-joong is shot and hospitalized. Hye-ja, who used to love Han-joong, helps him to escape from the hospital, while the military police fall asleep while monitoring him.

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      2020/01/18
      The first film made in the country after achieving independence from Japan exemplified all the frustration of both the industry and director Choi In-gyu for being forced to shoot Japanese propaganda movies during the colonization period, and has a title to match these sentiments, as it also known as "Viva Freedom". However, and quite ironically, Choi would experience censorship decades later, under Park Chung-hee's regime, resulting in a incomplete film that has many scenes lost due to deterioration of time or political censorship,...More

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     Han Hyeong-mo (한형모)
     Cinematographer
     Yang Ju-nam (양주남)
     Recording
     Yang Ju-nam (양주남)
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    Release date in South Korea : 1946/10/22

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