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Trailer, new poster and stills released for the upcoming Korean animated movie "Green Days: Dinosaur and I"

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Trailer, new poster and stills released for the upcoming Korean animated movie "Green Days: Dinosaur and I"

"Green Days: Dinosaur and I" (2010)

Directed by Ahn Jae-hun, Han Hye-jin-I

Voices by Park Shin-hye, Song Chang-eui, Oh Yeon-seo, Seo Joo-ae, Min So-yoon, Kim Gook-bin,...

Synopsis
Not wanting to lose, Yi-rang orchestrates a collapse in the middle of a relay race even though she's on the verge of giving up her dream of becoming an athlete. At the same time, Soo-min transfers in from Seoul and Cheol-soo, who dreams of becoming a scientist, come into her life. They are all immature but they are in the midst of youthful aspiration. With this warm-hearted animation, Han Hye-jin-I and Ahn Jae-hun encourage Yi-rang's dreams and portray the fantasy and flutter of adolescence through encounters with good people. Set in the '80s and '90s, an old umbrella and a railroad crossing the downtown in the film is the stuff that reminds us of our lost past, evoking a reminiscence in the audience of that which is vanished. It is a way of evoking the real "dreams" that we have lost in this modern society where a rapid capitalization is progressing. (LEE Sang-yong)

Release date in Korea : 2011/06/16

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