Kim Ki Duk's ‘Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter....Spring’ fascinates IFFK audience
Kochi: 'Bom Yeoareum Gaeul Gyeoul Geurigo Bom' (Kim Ki Duk's Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter....Spring), directed by South Korean Director Kim Ki Duk was the most anticipated movie on the second day of the International Film Festival. The movie was screened to a full house after reservations were closed by February 17.
The movie portrays three different phases of life and associated elements. Elaborating that clarity does not have anything with sins or evil, the movie points out that one requires a controlled mind than clarity. The film is not only about faith and religion, but it also conveys the fact metaphor of life through different seasons. The elements and symbolism attract viewers to watch the movie.
The film is portrayed in a simple yet too difficult to comprehend manner. The visuals convey meanings, feelings and thoughts that create an impact on the viewer, says Aswathy, a student delegate. The movie is shot in such a way that the more number of times it is watched, the more number of symbols are expressed. It is a must watch, adds Prajwal, another student delegate.
The implication of the characters’ actions silently convey the presence of Buddhist symbols and iconography. The usage of the language of symbolism, the portrayal of the different phases of life have been done creatively. The movie is masterpiece and must be watched film of Kim ki Duk, points out J. Kamalasanan, a delegate.