At the Osaka Asian Film Festival Grand Prix; Korean film "One Person Tribe" successfully reaches the Grand Prix

At the Osaka Asian Film Festival Grand Prix; Korean film "One Person Tribe" successfully reaches the Grand Prix

At the Osaka Asian Film Festival Grand Prix; Korean film "One Person Tribe" successfully reaches the Grand Prix

The 17th Osaka Asian Film Festival ends on March 20. The Korean film "One Person Tribe" successfully achieved the Grand Prix(Best Film Award) in this type of competition.

At the film festival being held from March 10, a total of 76 films, including 24 world premieres, will be screened. The competition screened 15 Asian films, including Japanese "One Tribal Man" is a work whose main personality is Jina, a call center employee who lives a lonely life either in public or individually. Jina never neglects to protect her territory, does not talk to her colleagues and is alienated from one of her relatives, her father. However, when I was entrusted with the education staff at work, I could not master the dialogue, let alone the guidance. Not only that, Jina's life begins to fluctuate when she discovers that her neighbor in the apartment has died unconsciously and is lonely.

Played by Gong Seung-yeon, who is mainly active in Television dramas and has TWICE's Jeongyeon as her younger sister. Hong Sung Woon made his debut as a feature film director. In recent years, the number of young people who dare to be lonely has increased in South Korea. In the film festival film park," This work is a work that truly looks at the ecology of such people. It is a start to mastering that you shouldn't just define "one person = stranger", but think about the inside. At the same time urging a step, the bitter price associated with the comfort of loneliness is also interpreted." Its English title is "Aloners". You can watch the trailer and the director's online interview on YouTube.

As an alibi for the selection of the Grand Prix, the film festival announced that "living alone is a modern subject not only in Korea but also in many parts of the world today." In addition, I was impressed by the extraordinary ability to convey the appeal of the film, which goes beyond the lesson module, to the viewer through photographs, a kind of frame that captures him alone as the main character responds to a phone call at work, loneliness and bonding with others, illuminated by the bond between human life and death, made me feel calm and strong, and I was selected for the Grand Prix."

The results of the other awards are as follows. The judges for the competition were Shuna Iijima, who starred in "Bad Poetry Tokyo," Miyuki Takei, representative of the Moviola film industry, and Esther Yang, COO of Hong Kong film industry We Pictures.

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