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[Video] Music Video Released for the Upcoming Korean Movie "After Spring"

2018/09/11 Source

Music video released for the upcoming Korean movie "After Spring"

"After Spring" (2018)

Directed by Jang Jun-yeop, Jeon Shin-hwan, Jin Cheong-ha

With Yoo Jae-myung, Jeon Mi-sun, Jun Suk-ho, Kim Hye-jun, Kim Min-ha-I, Jung Hee-tae,...

Synopsis
April 16, 2014. An Omnibus film about those whose time had stood still on that day. For "After Spring" composed of three stories, three directors of Jang Jun-yeop, Jin Cheong-ha and Jeon Shin-hwan, directed their respective stories, which are loosely connected. A mother who misses her daughter lost in Sewol ferry, a diver who cannot get out of the trauma, a man who has lost his lover. The film reconstructs 'after that day', retracing their unforgetting. It deals with the Sewol disaster in the form of fiction unlike previous attempts to trace as documentary, which is one of rare examples. Each story depicts what happens for a day in three chapters, and the inter-subtitles are inserted between chapters. Except for the subtitles that expresses the mourning, "After Spring" is devoted to evoke the wounds and grief of 'Sewol disaster'. [JANG Byungwon]

Festival
19th Jeonju International Film Festival 2018 - Korea Cinemascape

Release date in Korea : 2018/09/13

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