This omnibus film portrays various conditions of the heart through the romances and breakups of five couples: Se-yeon is in love with a gay man; two ex-lovers find it difficult to cut ties; Yeong-su l... More
[HanCinema's Film Review] Oki's Movie 2011/04/09, Hong Sang-soo seems to me to be an acquired taste. I'll admit that I am still fully familiarising myself with his filmography but I do believe that Hong's style and approach to this film will alienate some movie goers. His latest work, "Oki's Movie", was release in 2010, along with Hong's "Ha Ha Ha", and it will not appeal to everyone.,...More
Seoul Art Cinema illuminates Korean independent films 2011/03/21, Source,
(left) Still from "Re-encounter" (right) Still from "Passerby #3" (Photo courtesy of The Korean Association of Cinemathèques)
Korean movies stepped into the limelight at international film festivals recently, bringing the attention of discerning cinephiles. Emerging Korean talents, armed with creative narrative skills, imagination and unique subjects, have introduced low-budget independent and art films, providing more diversity,...More
This omnibus film portrays various conditions of the heart through the romances and breakups of five couples: Se-yeon is in love with a gay man; two ex-lovers find it difficult to cut ties; Yeong-su leaves her boyfriend for another man; and Hye-yeong falls for a hopless man. Starring Yoon Kye-sang, a former member of the pop group g.o.d.
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