Korean Film Highlighted at Philadelphia Festival 2004/03/24, Source, Philadelphia's film goers will have a feast of Korean cinema to choose from when the 13th Philadelphia Film Festival opens on April 8.
South Korea is well represented with 11 features out of the 133 to be screened, including a special category called New Korean Cinema. The category's six films incl,...More
Fantasporto NEWS/AWARDS 2004 2004/03/01, Source, 24th edition of the Oporto International Film Festival - Fantasporto has closed its doors on Saturday, again with more than 100,000 spectators.
SOUTH KOREA, DANEMARK AND SPAIN
SHARE THE AWARDS LIST IN FANTASPORTO 2004
Spanish cinema with KILLING WORDS and EL OUTRO LADO DE LA CAMA, and South K,...More
Mi-sook is married to Do-il, an obstetrician. She's living a happy life with her husband and father-in-law, but they failed to have a baby for years after they got married. Instead, they adopt Jin-sung. Mi-sook, Do-il and Jin-sung get along with each other quite well, until Mi-sook finally becomes pregnant and gives birth to a baby boy. Jin-sung begins to feel neglected by his family. He shows an unusual affection toward an acacia tree in their garden. One rainy night, Jin-sung overhears his grandmother telling Mi-sook to send him back to the orphanage. He runs out of the house and disappears. After that, the acacia tree comes into full bloom, filling the whole house with the deep scent of acacia flowers. Strange things begin to happen.
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