Director Bong Joon-ho praised Jeong Isaac's movie'Minari'.
Director Jeong Isak of the movie'Minari', which is predicted to be a leading candidate for the '2021 Oscar', held an online video chat with director Bong Joon-ho with the movie'Parasite' at the FYC (For Your Consideration) festival held by the American entertainment media variety.
Online video talks between director Jeong Isaac of'Buttercup', who won two crowns at the Boston Critics Association Award, and 10 nominations at the Indiana Journalist Association Award, and director Bong Joon-ho, who won four Oscars for'Parasite', are the signal of the Oscar race It was enough to draw attention.
Director Bong Joon-ho began the conversation by asking if the family of director Jeong Isak also watched this film, which is known as an autobiographical film, saying, "I watched and admired me twice."
Director Jeong Isak said, "I showed a movie on Thanksgiving in November last year, and I was so afraid that it would ruin the Thanksgiving meal. To be honest, I was more scared than at the premiere, but all of my family loved the movie and I was able to have a great time." Answered.
Director Bong Joon-ho said, "It takes courage to shoot a story about yourself or a real family," and "Although the strength of'Minari' is an autobiographical story, it is not soaked in nostalgia. The viewpoint is dispersed among various characters There is no voiceover or narration, and the sense of distance seems to make the movie more beautiful and universal.”
The two analyze'Buttercup' together in a conversation that lasted for 40 minutes, sharing not only professional content such as scene-by-scene direction, scenario process, filming location, and interaction with actors, but also various and small episodes that can resonate as a film director. Talked.
Particularly, with regard to actor Stephen Yeon, who starred in this'Minari' and also appeared in director Bong Joon-ho's movie'Okja', both directors shared their thoughts in that they are "an actor with a unique loveliness and a side that makes you want to love." .
Director Bong Joon-ho commented, "Steven Yeon, who was a lie in'Okja', but who had a strange cuteness, showed a different level of acting on a higher level in'Minari'. I was able to see a new side of Stephen Yeon."
In the second half of the conversation, director Jeong Isaac said, "I was able to see my parents in a different way through'Minari', and my parents also learned how my son, my son, sees and thinks of them by watching'Minari'." “You understand us. You saw us properly.” It was a great impression that I ended the conversation with an episode.
'Buttercup' is a film about a warm and special story of a Korean family who chose to immigrate to an unfamiliar American land in search of hope, and from overseas media and critics, "A work to be noted in the Oscars following the'Parasite','The best film that transcends borders', 'It was well received for his lovely and special work.
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