The aim of this article is to study on the hierarchic structure of power and the aspects of the struggle for precedence among the alienated in Haute surveillance(The Deathwatch) (1947), Jean Genet``s first play, and (2011), Yeon Sang-ho``s first feature animation. In Haute surveillance, the drama takes place in prison. Three handsome young prisoners share the same prison cell, which is the center of the action -- Yeux-Verts, a condemned murderer; Lefranc, a soon-to-be-released convict; and Maurice, an effeminate adolescent. The scene opens on an argument between Lefranc and Maurice, in which Yeux-Verts has intervened. Thus, the triangular relationship among the three men is established. Lefranc plays at being a great murderer by strangling Maurice, in order to belong to the world of Yeux-Verts and perhaps to that of the super-murderer Boule de Neige. But, like Maurice, Lefranc is the victim of a treacherous destiny. Since he has willed his crime, since he has chosen it rather than allowing it to choose him, he has failed completely. And he realizes at the end of the play, "I really am all alone!" In short, to reach to the Nomination and order of Boule de Neige and Yeux-Verts which symbolize the bourgeois or technocrat, in this play, Genet showed the oppressed can inherit only from the dominant ideology of the ruling class. In , Hwang Kyung-min calls Jung Jong-suk up for a reunion after 15 years of mutual silence. At their middle school, they were classified by their wealth and grades. Hwang and Jung, at the bottom were called pigs. They were abused and humiliated by a ruling class called dogs, whose tyranny is fully condoned by the teachers. But they couldn``t do anything against the dogs. Then a king of pigs, Kim Chul, appears and becomes their idol. As a hero, Kim wholly disturbs the status quo. This film searches many subtle class gradations in Korean society and shows how it corrupts human interaction. The dramatic conflict, in , doesn``t come from the opposition between the two opposing classes, but from among the oppressed. To cause the ruling class a trauma, Kim committed suicide in public. But far from having effect on them, his attempt results in his death. So Kim couldn``t grow into a powerful substance as a confronting mechanism against the ruling powers, but remains in the level of the illusion of pseudo-power for the own consolation of the oppressed. In short, Haute surveillance and emphasize that the alienated need the solidarity and class consciousness for the settlement of the problem of inequality between classes.