Movie 'The Peasants', passionate desire and inevitable fate
Movie 'The Peasants', passionate desire and inevitable fate
The movie 'The Peasants' (directed by DK Welchman and Hugh Welchman) released its main poster and trailer.

'The Peasants' is an oil painting animation that depicts the passionate desires and inevitable fate of the yagna and villagers, set against the backdrop of the four seasons in the village of Lipse, Poland in the late 1800s. It is a new work from the director of ‘Loving Vincent’ and is based on the novel ‘The Peasant’ by Władysław Reymont, winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.

The main poster contains a gorgeous visual of Yagna, the most beautiful woman dancing in Lipse, a small town in Poland in the late 19th century. Yagna, who married Borina, the richest farmer in the village, was decked out in luxurious dresses and garlands as if to prove her great wealth. It was a wedding that should have been a happy one, but due to her mother's greed, Agne ended up marrying against her will.

The main trailer shows Yagna as if he is dreaming, followed by a scene of his grand wedding with Borina. The desires of Borina, his son and wife Antech and Hanka, and everyone else in the village, who are fighting over land, are intertwined. The passionate dancing of Yagna and Anthek and the excited villagers enjoying the festival provide visual intensity.

The movie 'The Peasants' is scheduled to be released on January 10, 2024.

Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia translated by google