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Seuwingkizeu is a movie starring Kyung-soo Do, Hye-soo Park, and Jared Grimes. The story of Ro Gi Soo, a tap dancing North Korean soldier who was held captive in the Geoje prison camp during the Korean War.

Other Titles
Swing Kids, スウィング・キッズ, Prisioneros con ritmo
Running Time
2 hours 13 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Hyeong-Cheol Kang
Woo-Sung Jang, Hyeong-Cheol Kang
Hye-soo Park, Jeong-se Oh, Jared Grimes, Kyung-soo Do
South Korea
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In this swinging musical drama set during the Korean War, the soldiers at a POW camp plan a tap show to distract both themselves and the prisoners from the hardships of war. Led by a former Broadway dancer and a rebellious North Korean soldier, the band of prisoners find a new sense of freedom in dancing.

Comments about drama «Seuwingkizeu» (17)

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Jean W.

While it's true that this film is very long and somewhat superficial in its depiction of the character of Harry, it is very much worth your time. There are many things here which are really deeply resonant and important. I don't know why many reviewers (I'm not one of them, mind you) are going as far as to rate this film so low. Maybe it's because it's somehow "too sad." I think it's more the fact that the film is so very true and real and that it's not a happy film but a very important one. It tells the story of a man who struggles with an illness and who is struggling with life. His mother is left to care for him and provide everything for him. This is the best depiction of a mother's role and of her supposed ability to care for her child. In the end, the film's message is something which will be true for a large portion of Japanese society. This film is worth your time, and maybe your life.

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Patricia F.

The Road to Belsize: The Life and Death of Johnny Vallejo, is a superb documentary on the drug scene in Los Angeles in the 1970s. It's certainly a must see for anyone who appreciates movies. Johnny Vallejo was a criminal and drug addict. He put himself in harm's way, in order to protect his friends and colleagues. By the end of the documentary we have an amazing and heartbreaking film about how he did it. This is a great film and is very well made. The dialog is very good and there are some very good performances by the actors. The direction is strong, with great editing. The music and the cinematography are strong too. This is a great documentary about one of America's finest heroes. A little bit of everything is here, from the subject's biography to the issues of gang violence in America. This is a must see for everyone who loves movies.

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I have the honor of being a producer of the film "Aspire" which was one of the few Asian films made in Sweden. I was supposed to be a professional film critic by profession but by nature, I am a film student, so I had to give this film a chance. I must say that it is a fine work but at the same time it is an object lesson in what has not been made in Sweden for a long time. After you leave the theater, you are not sure what to think but most likely, you will have some kind of a message for someone. "Aspire" is the story of a single mother who has two children, of which one is deaf and one speaks sign language. It is based on the experiences of a single mother who is about to lose the disability of a child. The mother is working hard to meet the financial limit of her children, and has to make tough decisions to make it through. A great deal of personal drama and horror surround the woman. The film is not a love story or happy ending, but a call for compassion and understanding, and one that might put some things into perspective. I personally liked the film, but it is definitely not a movie for everyone. I hope that it will gain its audience in the years to come.

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I'm not sure if this is as good as the Japanese films. But if it is, this film is pretty good. Although I'm not very familiar with German cinema, I found that this film captured the feel of the German New Wave films and period of time. The acting is good, especially the lead, Lisbeth, with her character, the lonely poet. She had a fantastic acting style. I feel that this film is well worth watching.

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Jennifer Wagner

POSSIBLE SPOILERS. When I was in school, I got to go to an art class with the English teacher and my friend. He was Italian. He said some interesting things about the film. I had never seen the movie, but my friend and I decided to watch it. We were completely blown away. We couldn't believe what we were seeing. To say that it's incredible, would be like saying an apple is the most beautiful fruit on Earth. To call the movie brilliant, would be like saying a banana is the most beautiful fruit on Earth. To call it something else, would be like saying an egg is the most beautiful egg on Earth. If you're a film buff like me, I highly recommend watching this movie.

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George H.

I was very much looking forward to seeing this film for a long time now, and after a long wait, it finally hit the cinema screens. It has been well documented that Mr Einekobo's directorial debut, "Hamlet", and the 2000 epic "Hunde" (Hatchet) were widely acclaimed, and "Moonlight" and "Noah" (2015) are some of the most critically acclaimed films in recent years. They are not only critically acclaimed, but they are also great and poetic movies that can stand the test of time. In the latter film, Oscar-nominated actor Mahershala Ali gives a powerful and lyrical performance as the disgraced former president of the Congo. He plays the role in a rough and unfriendly manner and tells of his past as well as what he now sees as his destiny. The film is also made with great attention to detail. I know what a great director Einekobo is, and I will be very sad if he does not receive an Oscar nomination for this picture. The performances were all exceptional. This movie is a must-see. Grade: A

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I saw this movie when I was a teenager. I remember the whole thing, but I don't remember much. I know it was a little scary and I don't think it was very good, but I guess it was a little more interesting than what I remember. The movie itself is a bit of a puzzle, but it's not hard to figure out what's going on. It's basically about a guy who is a very small man, who has the ability to jump very high. He can jump from a tree to a building and from a building to a very high building. The movie is a little bit slow and it doesn't really get to the point of the movie. But it's still a good movie. It's very creepy and it has a lot of atmosphere. It's not a very good movie, but it's still a good movie. It's definitely not a movie for everyone. I don't recommend it.

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Lisa Turner

this is a good movie i liked. this film is about a family that lives a lonely life, and is threatened to be evicted from their apartment. and its show that everyone in this family is depressed, but little boys favorite is to play with toy snakes. if u enjoyed this film, please see the new one

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Gregory Rose

This film was one of the best I have ever seen, very memorable. Impressively and honestly, this film was not successful in showing the people of the Muslim community in a more positive light, which was an unfortunate omission. The movie starts off with a typical Muslim family who are completely unaware of the various problems that have been occurring in their community. There are many surprises for the audience, most of which were predictable in nature. I recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a good movie to watch on a weekend. If you are looking for a film to take away with you when you leave the movie theater, this movie is the one for you. One of the highlights of this film was when Dr. Kamakshi's character (Mona) admitted that she did not know if she was a Muslim or a Jew at the beginning of the movie. I laughed at this particular scene, because it showed the attitude of the Muslim community in the United States. Like the character in the film, many of the Muslims have other reasons for their religion, and the ignorance of the people who came to the United States and founded the Muslim community was a depressing sight to see. I recommend this film to everyone who likes to see an interesting story, and it is a great way to end a weekend.

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Melissa F.

This was a good movie. There were a few flaws in the story, but the main characters were very well developed and you feel for them. Most people seem to be upset with this movie, as it is rated PG-13, and some viewers have even called it "porn". It's nothing of the sort. As a movie, this is very different from most of the movies out there. The romance in this movie is the most important part of the movie. The acting in this movie is pretty good. In a movie like this, it's important to keep in mind that some scenes are cut out, but it doesn't ruin the film or make the movie seem "cheap". If you like historical dramas and love romance movies, I would definitely recommend this movie.

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Mildred Duncan

The movie shows what a cycle of violence is that we humans have, and how destructive it can be. Just a few minutes before the movie ends, the mother dies and in turn the protagonist (Fara) kills her. Fara blames it on his girlfriend, whom he is unable to overcome the guilt and beats up. When he is released he ends up homeless and homeless again. He returns to his girlfriend, now single again, who is now another babbling zombie, and she doesn't believe him anymore. She has to explain to her mother that she has to leave in order to be with her boyfriend. This movie is a strong one, and it reminds me very much of the movie "The Blade Runner".

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The plot is simple. Two men from the same family (one a doctor, the other a lawyer) go to the same university to study medicine and law respectively. The two of them have a falling out over the course of the semester, which results in them splitting up and each going their own way. One of them ends up in the university of the other, and ends up being the one who is rejected by the university of the other. The movie is set in the 80's and the 80's are the decade of the music. This movie is very nostalgic and it is really a nice movie to watch. The music is great, and the cinematography is also very good. It is a movie that you should watch if you like the 80's and you want to see a movie that is set in that time period.

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Jacob Simmons

Katsuya Miura (Hideki Takayama) is a relatively simple man, but that does not mean he is not at all affected by other people. His brother is murdered by a drunken student on the street, but the death causes Miura to show a strong streak of revenge. However, the man who did it is not the only one to blame. A group of thugs also put Miura in a difficult position. The next day, Miura receives a job with an old man, and he goes to the old man's house with a woman who is obviously his girlfriend, and they get engaged in a sort of happy ending. But his first night at the new house is not good at all. The owner, the dog, and the old man are all set on Miura, and he is forced to sleep on the floor and eat only from a food dispenser. But Miura also finds a sort of friendship with the old man and is able to relax his revenge. The plot is simple but the acting is excellent. A fine performance by Miura, who actually seems to feel his plight. The atmosphere and the events of the story are also good. The photography is very good, and the acting of the actor Takahiro Fujioka was brilliant. A good anime. 9/10

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Willie Crawford

Adele is a precocious teenager from a traditional Dutch family. She is forced to go away to boarding school. The boarding school she attends is run by the headmistress and where its students are split into 2 groups, one being "grown ups" who are not allowed to talk or write and are expected to "grow up". The other group being children who are considered "pinkies". These children are able to do something other than just sit and stare at each other. Adele is no "pinkie" and her illness is of an unspecified nature. She falls in love with another "pinkie" and lives in constant fear of what will happen if she tells anyone of their relationship. She is not very well liked by the other children at school. This is because she has the "gentle" manners and the mannerisms of a child and therefore becomes the most hated of the other students. The story is told in flashback in the form of a diary. The narrative follows the life of a young girl who is in danger of being killed. She is seduced by an older student at boarding school, She is not able to tell anyone what she does for a living and she also cannot defend herself. Because of this, she is seduced and killed by the older student who is now her boyfriend. The older student who has been seduced by Adele is able to stay in the house Adele lives in until she falls ill and dies. The family who lives in the house, however, do not believe that Adele is dead. What really happens to Adele is not clear. But this is just a few of the stories told in the story. It is a story that is about all of us. We are all in danger of being seduced by a much older man or by a younger man. And the movie is telling that story with plenty of horror, violence, suspense and beautiful, soft music. It is a movie you should definitely watch if you have any interest in anything to do with films. I was impressed with this film.

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A good mixture of courage, concern and dedication (conflicting to the end), the film, like all art, is a matter of opinion. However, I felt that the best shot in the film was the helicopter shot at the end. The way the camera points at the endless sea of seaweed, floating up to the surface, making the viewer realise just how fragile life is in this world. The way that water, which is not totally controlled, would get into the inside of a fish tank, and then down into the tank that is immediately flooded by water that is not controllable by any means. This is how life begins, it is beautiful. The same goes for any tragedy. Again, this is something that a person cannot see coming. The way the camera concentrates on two or three or so faces, and closes in on them so that the viewer would realise that they are just pieces of the same journey that the protagonist has just finished. There is no middle ground. That is why it works, because the two and three faces really are what are important to the story, and the truth, which I think the viewer could not hear a word of, as all of the narration is in English. The filmmaker wants the viewer to be immersed into the story, to be in the situation, and that is what the movie is all about. It is all about just the two and three faces.

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Kimberly Perkins

There is nothing like this, i have to say it. As the story was about the life of a typical 18 yr old girl from a typical town, and the life of her neighbor from a typical town and how they both had to go to the countryside for each other's soul mate, i find this movie the most beautiful piece of art i have ever seen. The director and the producer of this movie should be in the top 5 filmmakers in the world, also of course the screenwriter's, as it is their masterpiece.

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Kelly Gardner

A beautiful, poetic story that unfolds in a fashion that is not unlike a dream. It is very hard to describe the story. It is like a poem. The characters are so well developed that you feel you know them and you want to know them. It is a story of a young boy who is not able to understand what his mother is talking about. He is a teenager who is struggling to fit in, and his mother is trying to help him. I feel this is a story that is relevant for today's youth. It is about the struggles of a teenager who has to deal with his mother's illness. The boy is struggling to fit in, and his mother is trying to help him. The father is a nice person, but he has a very hard time understanding what his son is going through. This is a story that is very real and I think that is very important to be told.