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Hello, Stranger_Director Kim Dong Hyun_2009


Kim Dong Hyun visited Bae Yong Gyun, director of
Why has Bodhi-Dahrma Left For The East? in order to make his dream to be a movie director realize after he had seen the movie and had been impressed by the film in 1989. He started his career as assistance director in 1995 and came to the forefront by his short film, A Starving Day that is the prizewinning film of Seoul Independent Film Festival in 2004. Critics and movie fans in home and abroad gave praise to his two films, A Starving Day which is a story about the time spent by a jobless man with herniated cervical disc disease hanging around in order to seek something to eat after never touched food all day and his young daughter, and A Shark which is his first full-length film and a story about a young, unmarried, unsettled fisherman in a fishing village where almost young persons left out.

A Shark_Director Kim Dong Hyun_2005

Always focusing on marginal men or aliens, director Kim Dong Hyun received foreign film festivals' attention for his film Hello, Stranger topicalizing unfamiliar encounter of a North Korean defector and a migrant worker. Emotion, the common language of human makes them who can't communicate each other become friends in this film. Hello, Stranger approaching a stranger's feeling unaccepted by Korean society represented familiar circumstances or unfamiliar reality. It was on the screen at International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2008 and others.

Hello, Stranger_Director Kim Dong Hyun_2009

Hello, Stranger_Director Kim Dong Hyun_2009


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