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Yu Hyun-Mok / 유현목
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Yu Hyun-Mok / 유현목

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Adı: Yu Hyun-Mok / 유현목
Doğum Tarihi: 02.07. 1925
Ölüm Tarihi: 28.06.2009

2 Temmuz 1925'te Kuzey Kore'de doğdu.1939 yılında Seoul'a taşındı.
Dongduk Üniversite'sine girerek Korece dilini seçti.Yu Chi-jin ve Lee Hae-rang'ın oyununu izledikten sonra kesin olarak oyun yazmaya başladı.1946'da Cho Jung-ho'nın asistanı oldu.

Yönettiği en son filmi 1995 yılındaki Mommy, Star, and Sea Anemone oldu.Pusan Uluslarası film festivalinde 4. oldu.

Filmleri

Mommy, Star, and Sea Anemone (1995)
Son of Man (1980)
Rainy Days (1979)
The Gate (1977)
Flame (1975)
Bun-Rye's Story (1971)
I Would Like to Become a Human (1969)
School Excursion (1969)
Arirang (1968)
Descendent of Cain (1968)
Three Henpeck Generations (1967)
Guests Who Came by the Last Train (1967)
Martyr (1965)
Daughters of Pharmacist Kim (1963)
Obaltan ("The Aimless Bullet") (1961)
Even the Clouds Are Drifting (1959)
The Lost Youth (1957)
The Crossroad (1956)

Ödülleri

Honorary Director Award - 33rd Grand Bell Awards in 1995
Presented with an Order of Cultural Merit from the Korean government, 1988
Best Picture, Flame (1975) - 14th Grand Bell Awards
Best Director, Bun-Rye's Story (1971) - 10th Grand Bell Awards
Best Picture/Best Director, Descendent of Cain (1968) - 6th Blue Dragon Film Awards

Kaynak!

English

Name: Yu Hyun-Mok / 유현목
Birth Date: 02.07. 1925

Yu Hyun-mok (July 2, 1925 - June 28, 2009) was a South Korean film director. Born in Sariwon, North Hwanghae, Korea (North Korea today), he made his film debut in 1956 with Gyocharo (Crossroads). According to the website koreanfilm.org, his 1961 film Obaltan "has repeatedly been voted the best Korean film of all time in local critics' polls." Yu attended the San Francisco International Film Festival in 1963, where Variety called Obaltan a "remarkable film", and praised Yu's "rilliantly detailed camera" and the film's "probing sympathy and rich characterizations."

His dedication to the intellectual side of film and interest in using film to deal with social and political issues led him to have difficulties both with box-office-oriented producers, and with Korea's military government during the 1960s and 1970s. Korean critics have said his directing style is "in the tradition of the Italian Neorealists," yet "the terms 'modernist' or 'expressionistic' [are] just as applicable to his works."

Besides his directing activities, he has taught film, and made a significant contribution to Korean animation by producing Kim Cheong-gi's 1976 animated film, Robot Taekwon V. A retrospective of Yu's career was held at the 4th Pusan International Film Festival in 1999.

Yu died from a cerebral infarction on June 28, 2009.

Films

Mommy, Star, and Sea Anemone (1995)
Son of Man (1980)
Rainy Days (1979)
The Gate (1977)
Flame (1975)
Bun-Rye's Story (1971)
I Would Like to Become a Human (1969)
School Excursion (1969)
Arirang (1968)
Descendent of Cain (1968)
Three Henpeck Generations (1967)
Guests Who Came by the Last Train (1967)
Martyr (1965)
Daughters of Pharmacist Kim (1963)
Obaltan ("The Aimless Bullet") (1961)
Even the Clouds Are Drifting (1959)
The Lost Youth (1957)
The Crossroad (1956)

Awards

Honorary Director Award - 33rd Grand Bell Awards in 1995
Presented with an Order of Cultural Merit from the Korean government, 1988
Best Picture, Flame (1975) - 14th Grand Bell Awards
Best Director, Bun-Rye's Story (1971) - 10th Grand Bell Awards
Best Picture/Best Director, Descendent of Cain (1968) - 6th Blue Dragon Film Awards

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Bilgiler için tesekkürlerSmile

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Tanitim için tesekkür ederiz..AlkisAlkis
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Eğer seni değiştirmek isterse bu aşk değildir, yalnız anlaşmadır...''


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