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  • Korean movie of the week "The Cat"

    2013/04/04, Source
    Korean movie of the week "The Cat" (2011) Directed by Byun Seung-wook With Park Min-young, Kim Dong-wook, Kim Ye-ron, Shin Da-eun, Lee Jang-yoo, Jo Suk-hyun,... "The Cat: Eyes that Sees Death" Synopsis An unlikely protagonist slinks around in "The Cat", which follows So-yeon (Park Min-young), a pet groomer who suffers from claustrophobia stemming from a childhood experience. One day, one of So-yeon's customers dies on the elevator, leaving her cat Bi-dan behind. The mystery of who killed the woman on the elevator is unknown, and the cat is the only witness,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] In Defense of "The Cat"

    Byun Seung-wook's "The Cat" has been misjudged and misunderstood. Before writing this I came across a number of reviews citing numerous issues they had with the film. These criticisms largely stemmed from examining the film as strictly a 'horror' film and how the conventions of the genre weren't well executed within it. In addition, "The Cat" was seen to contain poor tonal and thematic motifs, impotently embossing its narrative with soft-core techniques and themes that resulted in nothing more than an average viewing experience. This displeased me because my initial reaction to the film was very positive. After some thought and reflection on the film, I began to formulate some of reasons I found this film to be not only entertaining but thought provoking as well,...More
  • Busan film festival opens to star-studded fanfare, Always

    2011/10/07, Source
    By KOFIC Staff Despite some concern over construction delays at the Busan Cinema Center, the 16th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) has opened at the new dedicated venue on schedule and with a galaxy of local and international stars on the red carpet. The festival opened Oct. 6 with the world premiere of Song Il-gon's ill-fated love story "Always", starring So Ji-sub and Han Hyo-joo. The film had sold out in seven seconds and the director and his stars were greeted with huge cheers as they stepped onto the Busan Cinema Center's red carpet with festival director Lee Yong Kwan. Song declared, "This is a great honor in my life",...More

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