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Upcoming Korean animated movie "The House - Animation"

2011/02/25 | Permalink | Source

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"The House - Animation" (2010)

Directed by Ban Joo-young, Lee Hyun-jin-IV, Lee Jae-ho-I, Park Eun-young-I, Park Mi-sun-I

Voices by Kim Kkobbi, Ha Jae-sook, Choi Jeong-ho,...

The upcoming Korean Academy of Film Arts has produced an animation for 3 consecutive years through a collaborative project. Considering the severe reality of upcoming Korean animation in that it lacks an industrial infrastructure, "The House - Animation" demonstrates the possibilities of upcoming Korean animation and the efficiency of collective production. While comparing apartments in the downtown core to the shabby environment of a marginalized district, "The House - Animation" portrays the collapse of the spirits dwelling at the house. As such the adventure of Ga-young and the spirits in the house becomes a criticism of modern society: enlightenment via animation. Although this animation may not have the most delicate or original style, the 5 animators that worked on this film unleashed their imaginations, ultimately showcasing the power of a collective process and a pleasure of the collective imagination. (LEE Sang-yong)

Release date in Korea : 2011/03/17

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