Keswick Film Club - Pluto

Sunday 16th November 5:00 PM

Pluto (Myungwangsung)

Director: Su-won Shin Country: S Korea
Cert: 15 Year: 2012 Length: 114 mins Language: Korean
Pluto

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Audience Reaction

Score: 61.46% Attendance: 81

Reviews

Links

  • More details on this film at the Internet Movie Database

Synopsis

This school-based "clever, compelling Korean thriller" - Alan Hunter, Express - continues South Korea's rising prestige in world cinema. There is huge pressure on children to excel at school in the widening class society. 'Pluto' charts just how far June, one of the few non-wealthy boys at this boarding school, is forced to go to improve his grades to gain entry to the elite universities, and how he is used by the other boys in his school.

Critics

open_quote Pluto offers a strong story and a well written script that builds a strong thriller with a few surprises and twists tucked up its sleeves close_quote Filmstalker


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