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The film, like a picture drawn in crayons in a primary school art class reveals anxiety about exclusion from a national community, which we can also see at the psychological landscape of Dumbo, the animated feature made by Disney during World War II. However, the ‘smelly’ man is different from Dumbo where he eventually becomes a hero after his death. Here, we can see this is an example of nationalism in our society, where the boundary between the subject and or object of discrimination does not exist any longer. (Kim Joon-yang)
Chang Hye-wonChang Hye-won
Chang Hye-won was born in 1981, and graduated from Hongik University with a degree in Animation in 2004. She has directed several stop-motion animations such as Bon soir, Allexander! (2002), Jintaehuga (2002), Citizen Rang (2003) and also produced Mambo No.5 (2002) and the stop-motion animation commercial The Thirsty Hippo-Noah’s Ark (2002).