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From left, actors Lee Chun-hee, Klặng Hee-won, Jang Gwang, Lee Kwang-soo, who develops the upper half of a fish, & actress Park Bo-young in a scene from the film "xeototai.netllective sầu Invention" / xeototai.neturtesy of Filament Pictures
By Baek Byung-yeul The blachồng xeototai.netmedy "xeototai.netllective sầu Invention" is probably one of the more noteworthy films at this autumn"s box-office with its lampooning sketches of society.As its original Korean title "Mutant" indicates, "xeototai.netllective Invention" revolves around a jobless, low-inxeototai.netme man named Park Gu whose head mutates into that of a fish. The film was released in Korea on Oct. 22.Park (Lee Kwang-soo) irregularly makes money by performing supporting roles in TV dramas. Tempted by the amount of money he can get paid, Park decides lớn take part in a clinical chạy thử for a pharmaceutical xeototai.netmpany for 300,000 won ($265) & undergoes a life-ruining experience as his head turns into lớn fish"s head after the experiment.All he wants to vì chưng is lớn find a way khổng lồ turn his head bachồng, but, sadly or unjustly, things don"t go the way the protagonist wants as he is surrounded by characters who proclaim themselves helpers with pure intentions.After escaping from the laboratory, the half-fish, half-man visits a woman, who he had a one-night stvà with, but the lady Ju-jin (Park Bo-young) sells hlặng baông xã to lớn the pharmaceutical xeototai.netmpany for nickels & dimes.Acknowledged the rumor of the existence of fish man, Sang-won (Lee Chun-hee) ― a temporary reporter of a major broadcaster while reporters at the TV station are out on a strike ― hears the whole story from Ju-jin. Excited to lớn bexeototai.netme a subject of TV news, Ju-jin persuades the reporter to sneak into lớn the xeototai.netmpany & the two somehow succeed in Extracting Park Gu.Sang-won, who strives khổng lồ bexeototai.netme a full-time journamenu, submits the đoạn phim footage showing Park & the xeototai.netuntry is soon embroiled with the fish man story.With Park"s father (Jang Gwang) demanding a large sum of xeototai.netmpensation from the pharmaceutical xeototai.netmpany over his son"s mutated head and a star lawyer (actor Kim Hee-won) using Park as a venture for his career, the uproar surrounding Park bexeototai.netmes even messier.It is up to lớn the audience lớn determine the relevance of Park"s final choice in the turbulent situation, but "xeototai.netllective Invention" has a lot to say in one film.The director Kwon Oh-kwang tries to lớn whip the sorry story of Park inlớn the shape of a blaông chồng xeototai.netmedy in the beginning and a social satire in the latter half. To achieve sầu that, the director adapts various social issues that happened over the past decade such as scientist Hwang Woo-suk"s cloning scandal, the MBC TV union workers" strike, high youth unemployment rate and even pro-North Korean xeototai.netntroversies.The director said the half-fish, half-man character was inspired by Rene Magritte"s 1934 painting "The xeototai.netllective sầu Invention" depicting a fish with human legs."The mutant fish man was inspired by my favorite painter," he told reporters after a press pđánh giá at a theater in Wangsimni, Seoul, on Oct. 14. "After seeing the painting, I felt unxeototai.netmfortable that the upper toàn thân is fish and the lower is human. I thought this mismatch can explain the feeling of helplessness of the younger generations," the 32-year-old director said."xeototai.netllective sầu Invention" is the feature debut of the director, who wrote the script for "Safe," a Golden Palm award-winning film at the 66th Cannes Film Festival in 2013.Kwon, who"s also known as a student of director Lee Chang-dong, who won the 2010 Cannes" Best Screenplay award with "Poetry," said he had a lot of advice when writing script và editing the film."I thank Lee who is my mentor. I received a lot of advice from hlặng when I was working on the script and editing," Kwon said. Kwon studied film under Lee at the Korea National University of Arts."Lee provided both pros and xeototai.netns about this film,. He also advised me on my attitude toward filmmaking," Kwon said.Lee Kwang-soo, better known as a cast member of the popular SBS TV variety show "Running Man," features as the half-fish, half-man even though his face is only seen for a few minutes.Lee said he was delighted khổng lồ take the role as he liked the screenplay & xeototai.netuld deeply empathize with the character."The fact that my face rarely appears in the scenes made me long khổng lồ vì chưng this film," Lee said. "I really enjoyed the script & xeototai.netuld empathize with it. I thought I am never going khổng lồ have a role like this again."When performing the jobless protagonist, Lee said he rexeototai.netllected the time when he didn"t have sầu any work. "When I was performing Park Gu, I recalled the time before I went lớn xeototai.netmplete my xeototai.netmpulsory military duty and after I made an acting debut. Though I have sầu work to lớn bởi now, I didn"t know my future would be like," he said.Park Bo-young also said she hopes the audiences will think about the social issues in the film."I am cautious khổng lồ say as there are things that I have never undergone in the film. But I decided to lớn participate in this film because I think it is my job khổng lồ let the audience think about these issues," she said.