Duresori: The Voice of East
Seul-Gi and Ah-Reum are 3rd year students at the National High School of the Traditional Arts. They are also best friends. Seul-Gi majors in pansori (Korean traditional music) and Ah-Reum majors in Gyeonggi Folk Music. During their summer break, the girls struggle with pressures and anxiety. They then take a special summer school class due to a lack of attendance. Meanwhile, the Education Burea informs their school that they will take part in a chorus contest. The school selects Teacher Ham, a composer, to make up the school's chorus team. The pool consists of students from the special summer school class. A conflict also ensues between Ms. Ham, who majored in western music, and the students, who are majors in traditional Korean music. Can the students compete in the chorus performance?
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Duresori: The Voice of East torrent reviews
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(br) wrote: Some movies just very plainly deserve your respect.
(fr) wrote: Great prequel to the hit "Clerks." T. S and Brodie are the two clowns in this film, giving us a mall version of the original. We also get to see Jay and Silent Bob in color(although, in the music video for "Can't Even Tell" by Soul Asylum they appear in color).
(jp) wrote: Definitely not for those who loved The Last Samurai!!!Despite watching a lousy DVD captured from an old VHS tape, well the whole movie is a riot of beautiful photography, solid acting and uplifting atmosphere. Teshigahara has -- I believe --captured the essence of the life at the court of the shogun Hideyoshi, where the tea ceremony was elaborated by Rikyu.
(de) wrote: ABSOLUTELY HALARIOUS, one of my fav. movies of all time! :)
(au) wrote: Probably Cusack's best movie, along with Malkovich's best. This film echoes several themes.
(nl) wrote: It somehow gets better every time I watch it. One of my Top 30 all time favorites.
(ca) wrote: Such a beautiful film, but don't watch it unless you want to be taken on an emotional ride. It's heavy. But to me, that's definitely not a downside. This film is flawless, and my ultimate favourite film to date.
(jp) wrote: Sssssssilly offering from Universal Studios about a mad scientist* and his quest to turn men into venomous cobras. *Somehow ironic that the scientist's name is "Dr. Stoner". Freudian slip?