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Studies on Vietnamese and Korean Literature and Films

The art of building Psychological Criminal Character on Korean Screen: contrastive analysis on Dark figure of crime (Kim Tae-Gyun) and Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme)

“Studies on Vietnamese and Korean Literature and Films in the Context of Globalization” 

  1. Name (Family, Given): Nguyen Minh Thu
  2. Nationality: Vietnam
  3. Profession: English teacher
  4. Higher Education: M.A
  5. Employment: Hanoi Open University
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Topic: The art of building Psychological Criminal Character on Korean Screen: contrastive analysis on Dark figure of crime (Kim Tae-Gyun) and Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme)

ABSTRACT

This article compares the Korean and American art of building psychological criminal characters on the screen through the film Dark figure of crime by director Kim Tae-gyun and Silence of the Lambs by director Jonathan. Demme from the perspective of character building theory in Syd Field's screenplay. Through the similarities and differences between the psychological criminal images of Korean and American cinema, the writer can give some suggestions to expand the creative amplitude in the art of character building that Korean researchers may be interested.

Keywords: Psychological criminal, Korea, America, Dark figure of crime, Silence of the lambs