The World of Us (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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YesAsia Editorial Description
Raised in a poor family, Sun (Choi Soo In) is an outcast at school who struggles to make friends. One day, Sun happens to meet new girl in town Jia (Seol Hye In) and they quickly become close friends. However, when the school semester starts, their friendship is put to the test by their increasingly apparent social differences. After discovering Sun's estrangement from the class, Jia keeps her distance from Sun. Reluctant to lose Jia, Sun tries all means to save their fragile friendship.
This edition comes with special features including commentary, production video and trailer.
|Product Title:||The World of Us (DVD) (Korea Version) The World of Us (DVD) (韓國版) The World of Us (DVD) (韩国版) 私たち (DVD) (韓国版) 우리들 (DVD) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||女孩青春紀事 女孩青春纪事|
|Artist Name(s):||Choi Soo In (Actor) | Seol Hye In (Actor) Choi Su In (Actor) | Seol Hye In (Actor) Choi Soo In (Actor) | Seol Hye In (Actor) Choi Soo In (Actor) | Seol Hye In (Actor) 최수인 (Actor) | 설혜인 (Actor)|
|Director:||Yoon Ga Eun 尹佳恩 尹佳恩 Yoon Ga Eun 윤가은|
|Country of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1057219815|
*Screen Format: 1.85:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
- <우리들> 제작과정 이야기
- Commentary by 감독 윤가은, 조감독 황슬기, 라인프로듀서 김세훈, 촬영 김지현, 동시녹음 강나루
- 베를린 영화제 2개 부문 노미네이트+ 8개 국제영화제 초청 화제작!
- 거장 이창동 감독 기획 총괄+ 무서운 신예 윤가은 감독 연출
- 올해의 여배우들 X 심(心)스틸러= 천부적 재능
그 여름, 나에게도 친구가 생겼다…
“내 마음이 들리니”
언제나 혼자인 외톨이 선은 모두가 떠나고 홀로 교실에 남아있던 방학식 날, 전학생 지아를 만난다.
서로의 비밀을 나누며 순식간에 세상 누구보다 친한 사이가 된 선과 지아는 생애 가장 반짝이는 여름을 보내는데,
개학 후 학교에서 만난 지아는 어쩐 일인지 선에게 차가운 얼굴을 하고 있다.
선을 따돌리는 보라의 편에 서서 선을 외면하는 지아와 다시 혼자가 되고 싶지 않은 선.
어떻게든 관계를 회복해보려 노력하던 선은 결국 지아의 비밀을 폭로해버리고 마는데...
우리는 다시 '우리'가 될 수 있을까?
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March 9, 2017
The World of Us is not the first Korean film to deal with the topic of school bullying. Writer-director Yoon Ga Eun's remarkable debut feature, however, may be the first to bring the audience so naturally and unassumingly close to its young protagonists.
The film begins with the everyday activity of picking teams for dodgeball in gym class. The camera rests tenderly on 10-year-old Sun's (Choi Soo In) face as her expression gradually changes from hesitant anticipation to resigned disappointment. Names are called one by one until she is, once again, the last person left. This quietly impactful opening scene – and a similar scene later in the film that echoes it – is simply designed, and yet so immediately telling of what's amiss. From the audience's eyes, Sun is a normal friendly child who tries at school and takes care of her little brother at home. But, for whatever reason, she has become that one kid in the class with no friends, the awkward outcast bullied by a bratty classmate and her cluster of friends.
Sun's lonely world opens up when she meets new girl in town Jia (Seol Hye In) during the summer, and they become immediate best friends. The two come from clearly different family and economic backgrounds. Jia lives in a big house and has ample spending money, but her parents aren't around. Sun's family is financially strapped and her father drinks too much, but they're an otherwise loud, loving and nagging bunch squeezed into a small space. The two latch onto each other over a preciously bright summer, but when school starts, the friendship falls apart. Jia, realizing Sun's ostracized status, chooses to join the mean girl's clique instead, though her position in the clique also soon becomes unsafe.
Unlike many other Korean films on bullying, there are no critically serious or sensational elements at work, no deaths or physical violence, just the "regular" kind of fighting, mocking, befriending and snubbing among kids that adults overlook. The girls struggle to protect their pride and friendships, and impulsively lash out against each other with mean-spirited words. They show signs of remorse and moments of kindness one day, and then backtrack to snide stubbornness the next. All of these interactions play out in naturalistic manner, and the film very effectively conveys the hopeful and hurtful feelings of the girls.
With The World of Us, Yoon Ga Eun presents a genuinely empathetic and perceptive look into the complex inner world and interactions of children – not a movie for children but about children. Yoon even reminds of Kore-eda Hirokazu in the way her film so completely immerses into the children's world from their perspectives. At the same time, by underlining the social pressures, emotional neediness, class awareness and passive aggression that the girls deal with, The World of Us shows that a child's world isn't too different from that of an adult.