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[HanCinema's News] Kim Ki-duk Film "Human, Space, Time, and Human" to Open Yubari Fantastic Film Festival

2019/03/04 | 369 views | Permalink

The Yubari Fantastic Film Festival, which will run from March 7th to March 10th, will open with "Human, Space, Time and Human" by famed director Kim Ki-duk. This prominence is controversial, due to sexual misconduct allegations against the director.

The film concerns a wide cast of mostly repulsive characters who are inexplicitly trapped on a warship that is escaping the bounds of the known universe. The subject matter, which turns violent and sexual, should be of little surprise to those who have followed Kim Ki-duk's career.

However, sexual misconduct allegations have dogged Kim Ki-duk, preventing his latest film from getting a domestic release. Kim Ki-duk stopped doing film adjacent work pending an investigation, which ultimately declined to press charges. Though the Yubari Fantastic Film Festival is a minor film festival, this may be the start of an attempted comeback for the director.

Written by William Schwartz

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