i love folms
Surprisingly great doc. I was expecting something shallow and cliché-ridden, but this one packed quite a lot in its short runtime. I liked how the whole thing started out with studio footage and interview with the music producer. At that point I became hopeful. I liked that they talk about not only the bad aspects of the trainee model of the k-pop industry, but also the positive aspects, like how all that work gives a lot of advantage and skills…
While we're all sitting here thinking "holy shit, Hong is peaking right in front of our eyes, at age 56, what a man, what an inspiration", he's probably like "this ain't even my final form, plebs".
A film of staggering beauty. It had this gorgeus darker edge to it which I really liked, due to the music, and the autumn/winter vibe, especially in Hamburg.
I just really wish I could meet Kim Min-hee, so I can say hi and run away giggling.