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Tuition (수업료)

수업료 (su-eop-ryo)

Directed by Baek Un-haeng (백운행), Choi In-gyu (최인규)

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80min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
A film based on the memoir of a 4th grade student who received the grand prize in a writing contest sponsored by Gyeongseong Daily. A boy, whose parents sell brass spoons on the street while his grandmother is sick in bed, never has money for his tuition. Fortunately, his aunt offers to pay for his tuition and his classmates raising funds for him. To top it all off, his parents return a few days later to promise him that they will pay for his tuition the next time.

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    • [Hancinema's Film Review] "Tuition" + Full Movie

      2020/01/04
      Discovered in 2013 in  the China Film Archive, "Tuition" is one of the earliest films to result from Korean-Japanese collaborations, efforts that functioned as the vehicle for the expansion of the market of Japanese films in the colonial areas (mainly Manchuria and Korea), particularly since the vacuum created by the colonial government's suppression of American and other foreign films in Korea before 1937, left increased opportunities for such endeavors,...More

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    • [Hancinema's Film Review] "The Night Before Independence Day" + Full Movie

      2020/02/08
      Choi In-gyu, who shot a number of pro-Japanese movies towards the end of the Japanese occupation, started shooting anti-Japanese ones after the liberation, with "Tuition" and "Hurrah! For Freedom" being distinct samples of the two tendencies, respectively. "The Night Before Independence Day" falls under the second category, but as we are about to see, he did not exactly got away from the clutches of censorship and official guidelines, as the movie first frame eloquently states "Approved by Minister of Education",...More
    • [Hancinema's Film Review] "Tuition" + Full Movie

      2020/01/04
      Discovered in 2013 in  the China Film Archive, "Tuition" is one of the earliest films to result from Korean-Japanese collaborations, efforts that functioned as the vehicle for the expansion of the market of Japanese films in the colonial areas (mainly Manchuria and Korea), particularly since the vacuum created by the colonial government's suppression of American and other foreign films in Korea before 1937, left increased opportunities for such endeavors,...More

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     Produced by
     Lee Chang-yong-III (이창용)
    Staff
     Yoo Chi-jin (유치진)
     Adaptation/Dramatization
     Lee Chang-yong-III (이창용)
     Executive Producer
     Yang Ju-nam (양주남)
     Recording
     Yang Ju-nam (양주남)
     Editor
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    80 min 
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    Release date in South Korea : 1940/04/30

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