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Finding the hidden messages in the film "Korean War"
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Finding the hidden messages in the film "Korean War"
Yoo, Ji-Young;
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 Abstract
This research is a study of the documentary film entitled "Korean War." My research focuses on the collective trauma and amnesia of the Korean War among the people of the U.S. in an effort to understand ongoing tensions between the U.S. and the two Koreas, both North and South. A study of the film also gives a way to read the hidden meaning of the film through deconstructing the film with Peircian semiotics, and scrutinizing its artistic choices of visual language. This study provides a review of the theory of trauma. It also gives insight into understanding the perceptions of the Korean War in the U.S.
 Keywords
Korean War;Peircian Semiotics;Collective Amnesia;Trauma;
 Language
English
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