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Gong Ji-young (공지영)

Female - 1963/01/31

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Our Happy Time" + DVD Giveaway

    Yoo-jeong (played by Lee Na-young) chronically attempts to commit suicide mostly out of spite. While suicidal people generally act in such a way because they believe the world would be better off without them, Yoo-jeong holds no such illusions. Her self-inflicted wounds are not a cry for help, but a deliberate sensation reminding the woman that there is no hope, love, or genuine empathy in her life. There is only pain, and Yoo-jeong has been brought up in such a way that viciousness is about the only form of communication she can register as being valid. Condemned prisoner Yoon-soo (played by Kang Dong-won) has about as bleak an outlook as Yoo-jeong does,...More
  • Clara speaks about the comments by Gong Ji-yeong

    2013/07/08, Source,
    Actress Clara spoke about the criticism made by novelist Gong Ji-young about female celebrities' excessive exposure. Gong posted on her Twitter, "When I look at female celebrities competing for more exposure and plastic surgery, I think of female unemployment. It looks like they really have nothing to make money of. Even women on TV and media are competing for more exposure",...More
  • Korean Movie of the week "The Crucible"

    2012/11/01, Source,
    Korean Movie of the week "The Crucible" (2011) Directed by Hwang Dong-hyeok With Gong Yoo, Jeong Yu-mi, Kim Hyeon-soo, Jeong In-seo, Baek Seung-hwan, Jang Gwang,... Also known as "Dogani" and "Silenced" Synopsis Based on the novel of the same name written by star author Gong Ji-young, "The Crucible" follows a group of children with disabilities who suffer physical and sexual abuse at the hands of their teachers,...More
  • Three films zero in on the limitations of legal system

    2012/11/01, Source,
    Three new movies confront criminals who get off too easy: from left, "Confession of Murder", "Dirty Blood" and "Don't Cry Mommy". Provided by Daisy Entertainment and Nalgae Forty-four high school boys were convicted of being involved in serial gang rapes of a middle school girl over the course of a year. The accused filmed the acts and threatened to distribute copies of the clip if the girl talked. The case wound up with only 10 boys sent to a juvenile corrections facility. Years later, the others are said to have led "normal lives", attending college or serving in the military. The young victim dropped out of high school after the mother of one of the convicted attackers came to the school and demanded that she file a petition to mitigate her son's sentence. As unrealistic as all this may sound, it happened to a 15-year-old girl in 2004 in Miryang, South Gyeongsang, and will be the basis of the upcoming film "Don't Cry Mommy",...More
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