Gay-themed 'Weddings' picks fun over logic 2012/06/18, Source,
A musical sequence marks the finale of Kim Jho Kwang-soo's latest film "Two Weddings and a Funeral". It opens on June 21 in theaters nationwide. / Courtesy of Jinjin Pictures
By Kwaak Je-yup Whether he likes it or not, the films of Kim Jho Kwang-soo have come to embody more than just entertainment. For a country where the population is largely unfamiliar with homosexuality, the works of an openly gay director and his portrayals of life in the closet are often the only medium for the general heterosexual audience to grasp the concept of same-sex relationships. In his debut feature film "Two Weddings and a Funeral", which opens next week, KimJho seems to disregard this responsibility. Light on logic and heavy on cheap humor and melodrama - with cringeworthy amateurish music and sound effects - the movie portrays self-celebration and self-parody at the same time,...More
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