The March of Fools Trailer

The March of Fools Trailer (1975)

31 May 1975 117 mins

The story is set in the 1970s during the period of military dictatorship. Schools were freequently closed down nd society seemed to face bleak prospects on all fronts. Nonetheless, Byung Tae, a college student, enjoys persuing romance at group "meetings" or blins dates. It is during one of these ventures that he meets Young-ja, a French Literature student.

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Crew

Kil-jong Ha

Director

Jae-woong Kim

Jae-woong Kim Line Producer

Cheol-gu Lee

Cheol-gu Lee Supervising Producer

Woon-bong Lee

Woon-bong Lee Line Producer

Chun Yang

Chun Yang Executive Producer

Geun-shik Kang

Original Music Composer

Sang-bae Kim

Original Music Composer

Chang-shik Song

Original Music Composer

Jeon Il-seong

Jeon Il-seong Director of Photography

Yu-Jun Kim

Yu-Jun Kim Art Direction

Se-yeong Choi

Se-yeong Choi Production Supervisor

Song-won Kim

Song-won Kim Assistant Director

Park Tae-yeong

Park Tae-yeong Assistant Director

International Titles

Fools' March Trailer

March of Fools Trailer

International Releases Dates

Korea 31 May 1975

Production Companies

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