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Kwon Ji Yong Act III: Motte

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Boring docu about G-Dragon has cursing, drinking.

Movie NR 2018 86 minutes
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This is a dull documentary that will only interest rabid fans of G-Dragon. It's the last tour before G-Dragon begins his compulsory military service in South Korea, and as good a time as any to struggle with issues of identity. While sitting in the hair and makeup chair, in the studio, in restaurants drinking with friends, in a park looking pensive, traveling to the next city, Kwon Ji Yong wrestles with who he is in real life, and who he is onstage as G-Dragon. This kind of introspection doesn't really translate well on film. For those who aren't already fans of G-Dragon, Kwon Ji Yong Act III: Motte is actually extremely boring. Like a Snapchat of paint drying. For those who want to learn more about K-Pop and one of its biggest stars, this is probably not the best place to start.

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