[HanCinema's Film Review + Video] "Real Fiction": Inert experiment or deep drama? 2014/10/25,
"Real Fiction" (2000) is a gritty experimental film of sorts, arguably embryonic entertainment that purposefully tinkers with the art of filmmaking with debatable results. The film was reportedly shot in 200 minutes (cut to 84) and contains an interesting mix of formal framing and dirtied handheld footage. It may not be entirely convincing in both plot and purpose, but this compact and nihilistic nugget is still worth watching to see what happens when Kim Ki-duk (alongside Kang Cheol-woo) throws caution to the wind,...More
Jokes replace goose bumps as TV audience no pushover 2012/08/27, Source,
"Arang and the Magistrate" was inspired by an old Korean ghost story. Provided by MBC
It has long been customary for TV channels to show horror movies and shows during the summer based on old Korean ghost stories. This derives from people's long-held belief that spine-chilling tales of the undead help them escape reality, and especially the sweltering heat. But the trend has been changing in recent years, with such TV shows seeing their popularity dwindle,...More
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