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Trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "If You Were Me 5"

2011/04/08 | Permalink | Source

Trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "If You Were Me 5"

"If You Were Me 5" (2010)

Directed by Boo Ji-young, Kang Yi-kwan, Kim Dae-seung, Sin Dong-il, Yoon Sung hyun

With Kim Hyun-joo, Kim Jin-geun, Yoo Ha-joon, Im Jong-yoon, Shim Yi-young, Kim Tae-hoon,...

Funded by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea, [If You Were Me 5] takes a close look at the violent nature hidden behind our eyes. 5 directors- Kang Yi-kwan, Boo Ji-young, Yoon Sung hyun, Kim Dae-seung and Sin Dong-il disclose how closely ordinary events of society connect with our eyes. There is a hidden sexual violence beyond our eyes and the power of a controlled society works through the power beyond the eyes. Not only the violence of the eye itself, also limited the ability of individuals to see, the matter of the eye intervenes in various relationships between the individual and groups. The film demonstrates how sharp the eye has become in a society with developing technology. (LEE Sang-yong)

"Q&A" is directed by Kim Dae-seung
"Her Story Taking" is directed by Sin Dong-il
"Two Teeth" is directed by Kang Yi-kwan
"Banana Shake" is directed by Yoon Sung hyun
"Nima" is directed by Boo Ji-young

Release date in Korea : 2011/04/28

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