Wednesday, May 18, 2011

[VIDEO] 'Green Days' releases movie trailer

Animation movie 'Green Days' reveals movie trailer (below).

Green Days is about two teenagers as they go on a journey to discover their goals and dreams. Park Shin Hye of You’re Beautiful and Song Chang Ui of Life is Beautiful acted the voices of the main characters in Green Days.
Green Days is a significant Korean animation movie as it has participated in major film-related events both inside and outside of Korea. Last year, it held its press conference at the Pusan International Film Festival. Then, the animation film proceeded to the London Korean Film Festival in the UK. Green Days will be played at the annual Jeonju International Film Festival this spring. Moreover, it is listed at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. Annecy will take place in France during 2011 June 6 – 11th. Shin Hye is invited to the ceremony.

Green Days is Shin Hye's 1st animation dubbing project. 

Release date: June 16 2011
Length: 95 minutes
Genre: Animation
Voice dubbers: Park Shin Hye, Song Chang Ui, Oh Yeon Seo, Jeon Hye Young, etc
Production company: Studio MWP Korea

The story tells a girl, Yi-rang(voiced by PARK Shin-Hye) who does not want to lose, orchestrates a collapse in the middle of a relay race even though she’s on the verge of giving up her dream of becoming an athlete. 

At the same time, Soo-min transfers in from Seoul and Cheol-soo, who dreams of becoming a scientist, come into her life. They are all immature but they are in the midst of youthful aspiration.  With this warm-hearted animation, Han Hye Jin and An Jae Hoon encourage Yi-rang’s dreams and portray the fantasy and flutter of adolescence through encounters with good people. 

Set in the ’80s and ’90s, an old umbrella and a railroad crossing the downtown in the film is the stuff that reminds us of our lost past, evoking a reminiscence in the audience of that which is vanished. It is a way of evoking the real “dreams” that we have lost in this modern society where a rapid capitalization is progressing. (LEE Sang-yong)