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12th(2016)
Deok Hye, the Last Duchess
Korea | 2016 | 25min | DCP | COLOR | Animation | Musical

PROGRAM NOTE

In November 17th 1905, the Korean Empire is forced by the Japanese government to sign the Eulsa Treaty, also known as the Japan-Korea protectorate treaty. Princess Deok-Hye, Gojong’s youngest daughter, was forced to be kept hostage in Japan at the age of 12. She finally returned to Korea after 59 years, at the age of 77, diagnosed with multiple physiological disorders including severe case of schizophrenia and somnambulism.

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DIRECTOR

Kim Sung-soo

Kim Sung-soo majored painting at Yanbian University and attended Informatics Design Course at Tsukuba Gakuin University. He entered the graduate school of Advanced Imaging Science, Multimedia & Film at Chung-Ang University. He also works as a director of Studio Dine.

Hong Jung-min

Hong Jung-min graduated Sang myung University majoring in Dramatics and Film Direction. Then he attended classes at graduate school for Advanced Imaging Science, Multimedia & Film in Chung-Ang University. Currently, he works as a director of Studio Dine.
Producer
: Hong Jung-min
Cast
: Kim Chang-hu, Kim Jung-hoon, Jeong Ji-won, Hong Jung-min
Screenwriter
: ng Jung-min, Kim Sung-soo
Cinematography
: Hong Jung-min
Editor
: Hong Jung-min
Music
: YAGI Studio
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