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The Artist: Reborn korean movie review
The Artist: Reborn
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by NoobieFan
Apr 7, 2021
Overall 4.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 5.0
Music 2.0
Rewatch Value 2.0
This was a very interesting film. An artist soon after being discovered dies only to come back to life because of something called the Lazarus syndrome after the value of her art surges. Good idea that the film is built on but The Artist: Reborn also gives us, the audience, a raw insight in the art world, the value of art, it’s meanings and how manufactured it all truly is - yes, sir, she definitely has been raped a lot. We learn that art only really means two things: what it means to the artist themselves (Does Giselle sacrifice her life and name or success?) and what sounds good to the public. There is a lot of meaning to the film, but let's not get ahead of ourselves. This was just an okay film to watch or an hour and a half. There is a lot left to explore regarding who Giselle is as a person. She was willing to die for the sake of her paintings. And Jae Beom himself. It’s heavily implied that Jae Beom and Giselle were attracted to each other in someway. and I would've liked there to be something more to explore that. Which would go a long way in making Jae Beom’s choice at the end more weightful. Some potential that gives us an above average film to watch at 2 am in the morning.
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