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Young Artists (젊은 예술가들)

젊은 예술가들 (Jeolm-eun Ye-sool-ga-deul)

Directed by Kang Taewoo (강태우)

Drama

75min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
5 young artists who are attending at Department of Drama at Konkuk Art High School have a dream to be an actor in each their way. Now, they are preparing a graduation performance named as "Closer" in a play team. Having a successful performance and a good time on Christmas are their rustic dream.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Young Artists"

    2013/07/21
    In the opening sequence, the audience is exposed to a rather drab, unpleasant black-and-white film filtered stage and an equally unappealing high school student. This girl appears to be going through a melancholy checklist of teenage angst and hopeless desperation. I was puzzled watching her. Initially my reaction was caustic dismissal, that she just needed to get her act together. At the same time, her basic hostility to the world around her is perfectly understandable, given that she goes to an acting high school. The poor girl's surrounded by all this dour stuff, even if her real world is in living color. "Young Artists" is a film that is very heavy in subtext, subtlety, and characterization. Even though the story's action takes place entirely in a high school, none of the characters represent clear stock character types,...More

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Young Artists"

    2013/07/21
    In the opening sequence, the audience is exposed to a rather drab, unpleasant black-and-white film filtered stage and an equally unappealing high school student. This girl appears to be going through a melancholy checklist of teenage angst and hopeless desperation. I was puzzled watching her. Initially my reaction was caustic dismissal, that she just needed to get her act together. At the same time, her basic hostility to the world around her is perfectly understandable, given that she goes to an acting high school. The poor girl's surrounded by all this dour stuff, even if her real world is in living color. "Young Artists" is a film that is very heavy in subtext, subtlety, and characterization. Even though the story's action takes place entirely in a high school, none of the characters represent clear stock character types,...More

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Staff
 Hong Se-eun (홍세은)
 Assistant director
 Cha Doo-ri (차두리)
 Art director
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75 min 
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Release date in South Korea : No release date in Korea yet

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