Director Jinsung Park’s independent film tells a story about a witch seeking revenge on a male seminary student who wrongfully killed her. The three shorts that make up the film each provide a differe... More
Korean World Premieres at PIFF 2008 2008/09/30, Source, The Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) is putting its weight behind local films this year, and, under the catch-phrase 'Way to Go, Korea!' will host the World Premier of 15 Korean features. Headlining is closing film "I Am Happy" by,...More
The 13th Pusan (Busan) International Film Festival (PIFF) ― South Korea's most reputable and Asia's largest cinema event ― will take place in the southern port city Oct. 2-10. "The Gift to Stalin" from Kazakhstan opens the festival while,...More
Director Jinsung Park’s independent film tells a story about a witch seeking revenge on a male seminary student who wrongfully killed her. The three shorts that make up the film each provide a different interpretation of Russian writer Nikolai Gogol’s short story “Epitaph.” The first act is a film within a film and begins with a director (Jeong Seung-gil) trying to reinterpret Gogol’s story who is drawn to an ingenue (Lim Ji-yeong) hired to play the witch. The second act is filmed in the style of a stage play and is more light-hearted than the first. The final act uses puppet theater.
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