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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "A Long Visit" + DVD Giveaway

    2016/03/05
    In the present day Ji-sook (played by Park Jin-hee) is happily married and has a daughter. But recent events have Ji-sook looking backtoward her hometown. Ji-sook's mother (played by Kim Hae-sook) is the eternally suffering type, although she does her best to put a bright face on bad situations. Ji-sook's father (played by Jo Young-jin) is physically abusive, and while Ji-sook finds the situation appalling...well, that's just a very rural old-fashioned attitude is all. The things mother will put up for our sake,...More
  • Korean student films win multiple awards in Poitiers
    2006/03/28, Source
    Three shorts by Korean film students picked up four awards at the 29th Rencontres Internationales Henri Langlois, held from March 20-26 in Poitiers, France.

    The official jury, which considered 60 short and medium-length student films from around the world, presented its Grand Prize ex aequo to tw,...
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