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Approach to Reality in Never Ending Story, Japanese Sex Slavery Victims Animation
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Approach to Reality in Never Ending Story, Japanese Sex Slavery Victims Animation
Oh, Dong-IL;
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 Abstract
Never Ending Story is an animation work about the stories of the Japanese Sex Slavery Victims who were taken by the Japanese military and forced to sexual slavery, which tormented them with painful memories all their lives. This animation work stimulates the critical perspectives of the audiences in order to ensure a history-based approach based on facts. And, unlike general character animation works which pursue immersion and empathy through illusion of life that are created by the characters, this work demands the audiences to contemplate on historical facts described in the work and make their own judgements. In order to serve these purposes, this work is characterized by its aesthetics properties and elements such as `sympathy`, `typification`, and `alienation effect`. And, these elements effectively deliver the reality of historical facts that cannot be denied in a chronological narrative. Therefore, this study would sufficiently be of a value in reviewing the diversity in expression and the methodologies used in them, let alone the significance of the theme itself.
 Keywords
Animation;Reality;Sympathy;Typification;Alienation;
 Language
Korean
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