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If You Were Me Sammlung(2003-2016)

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If You Were Me 7(2016)

1 Std. 35 Min. | Drama
2,5/5 (bei 1 Stimme)

An omnibus movie consisting of three shorts by CHOI Ikhwan, SHIN Yeonsik, and LEE Gwangguk. A delightful dissection of human rights in this day and age through a student who gets punished for wanting to eat deokbokki, a man with delusions of grandeur, an insurance agent who spends a strange day.

If You Were Me 6(2013)

1 Std. 49 Min.
2,8/5 (bei 1 Stimme)

In this omnibus film series produced by the National Human Rights Commission, Park Jungbum explores relating to the handicapped, Lee Sangcheol and Shin Aga turn their camera on the elderly and Min Youngkeun looks at conscientious objection to military service. In Dear Duhan, Duhan suffers from brain lesions. His friend has always felt bad for Duhan but nonetheless steals an iPad from him one day. Director Park explores the conflict and friendship between a so-called normal and a handicapped person. In Bong-gu on Delivery Shin and Lee tell the tale of an old man who helps a child find his way home, only to be accused of kidnapping. And Min talks about a Jehovah’s Witness who has just been drafted and must say goodbye to his mother in Ice River, a melodrama about a man who chooses to go to prison for his conscientious and religious objections to bearing arms. Having divorced her husband in order not to send her son to prison, his mother cannot accept her son’s choice.

If You Were Me 5(2011)

2 Std. 24 Min. | Drama
3,0/5 (bei 1 Stimme)

Funded by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. If You Were Me 5 takes a close look at the violent nature hidden behind our eyes. 5 directors- Kang Yi Kwan, Boo Ji Young, Yoon Sung Hyun, Kim Dae Seung and Sin Dong Il disclose how closely ordinary events of society connect with our eyes. There is a hidden sexual violence beyond our eyes and the power of a controlled society works through the power beyond the eyes. Not only the violence of the eye itself, also limited the ability of individuals to see, the matter of the eye intervenes in various relationships between the individual and groups. The film demonstrates how sharp the eye has become in a society with developing technology.

If You Were Me 4(2009)

2 Std. 5 Min. | Drama
2,5/5 (bei 1 Stimme)

Includes shorts: Girl on the Run, The Theory & Practice of Teenage Dream, Relay, U and Me and Blue Birds on the Desk.

Regie: Bang Eun-jin, Kim Tae-yong, Jeon Kye-soo, Yun Seong-ho

If You Were Me 2(2006)

1 Std. 52 Min.
2,8/5 (bei 3 Stimmen)

Commissioned by South Korea's National Human Rights Commission, If You Were Me is an innovative omnibus film project to promote tolerance and human rights and shed light on the hardships disadvantaged people face in Korea. After the success of the first anthology, a second series, If You Were Me 2, was released this year. Five notable Korean directors - Park Kyung Hee (A Smile), Ryoo Seung Wan (Crying Fist), Jung Ji Woo, Jang Jin (Guns & Talks), and Kim Dong Won - participated in the second installment, creating shorts on human rights issues of their choosing.

If You Were Me 3(2006)

1 Std. 46 Min. | Drama

Commissioned by South Korea's National Human Rights Commission, If You Were Me is an innovative omnibus film project to promote tolerance and human rights and shed light on the hardships disadvantaged people face in Korea. This third installment continues the If You Were Me tradition. Directors Jeong Yun Cheol (Marathon), Kim Hyeon Pil (Wonderful Day), Lee Mi Yeon (L'Abri), Noh Dong Seok (Boys of Tomorrow), Hong Gi Seon (The Road Taken), and Kim Gok and Kim Sun (Capitalist Manifesto: Working Men of All Countries) participated in If You Were Me 3, creating shorts on human rights issues of their choosing, ranging from labor conditions to gay rights to discrimination.

If You Were Me(2003)

1 Std. 50 Min. | Drama
3,1/5 (bei 7 Stimmen)

Anthology film of six shorts by leading Korean directors. Park Chan-Wook, tackles racial prejudice and the economic exploitation of immigrant workers through the real-life story of a Nepalese woman in Korea. Jeong Jae-Eun, tackles the plight of a paedophile released into the community. Yeo Gyun-Dong, invites disabled actor Kim Moon-Joo to re-enact his most famous protest. Im Soon-Rye, goes for the engrained sexism of Korean men with superb wit and, Park Jin-Pyo, confronts the horror of children forced into oral surgery to improve their English-speaking ability.

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