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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Wild at Heart

Waikiki Brothers

 

Director_ YIM Soon-rye
 
Korea 2001 109min DCP color feature Fiction
Review

Four members of Waikiki Brothers dreamed of becoming musicians but gave up their pursuit. In the end, they regain hope. Director Yim follows all the years of joy and frustration. She rarely uses close-ups in the film but observes them from a distance to fill the traces of failure with love and sympathy. The tawdry band name reminds us of our faded but innocent memories. The film doesn’t stay in nostalgia but praises innermost power pulled from deep inside of our heart no matter how scruffy the life is. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorYIM Soon-rye
  • ScreenplayYIM Soon-rye
  • ProducerCHOI Sun-shik
  • CinematographyCHOI Ji-yeol
  • MusicCHOI Seung-hyun
  • EditorKIM Sang-beom
  • Art DirectorOH Sang-man
CastLEE Eol, PARK Won-sang, HWANG Jung-min, OH Gwangrok, OH Ji-hye, PARK Hae-il
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
YIM Soon-rye
 
Born in 1960. Including her first feature film Waikiki Brothers she filmed 13 films. Little Forest (2017) was invited at several film festivals.
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