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Korean Director's Film Draws Praise at Berlin

2008/02/13 | 148 views | Permalink | Source

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Director Hong Sang-soo's eighth film "Night and Day" has won rave reviews at the 58th Berlin International Film Festival.

Journalists from around the globe who attended a screening of "Night and Day" expressed keen interest in the Korean director's unique story-telling method, portrayal of characters and the meaning of props seen throughout the film.

"Night and Day" is the only Korean film selected for formal competition at Berlin.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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