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It's the start of a new week once again and I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend, filled with lots of art and culture events. For those of you who are looking for more events to go see this week, we have our Michelle Kim here with us to tell us more about this week's art and culture updates.
[Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young
So what new events do you have for us this week[Reporter : ] To start us off for the week, I have new movies that may catch your interest. One is about high school students at a tradtional arts school, another about a 6-year-old aunt and a 27-year-old nephew and the last one is about Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, and Sabina Spielrein. Here are the details on this one.
What would happen if students who major in Gugak, start a choir[Interview : Cho Jung-rae, Director] "This film doesn't specialize in the lives of students who go to a special-purpose high school. It's a story that allows students and their parents to relate and connect to each other."
The film, 'Bunny Drop' tells the story of a 6-year-old aunt and a 27-year-old bachelor nephew's lives as they live together.
As the 27-year-old man tries to raise his daughter-like-aunt, the film portrays nurturing problems, how children feel about adults, family bonds, and other emotions that people go through in their daily lives.
Another film coming to theaters is 'A Dangerous Method'. The film portrays the stories of the founder of psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud, and Carl Gustav Jung, the master of analytic psychology.
Actress Kiera Knightley stars as a real-life character Sabina Spielrein, who suffered from a mental illness but later on, becomes a Child Psychologist.
Her dramatic change in movie roles and her inspiring performance is another charm to this film.
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