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Local and Foreign Films With English Subtitles

2005/11/03 Source

Asiana International Short Film Festival

Until Nov. 7

Cine Core theater

The third edition of the annual event shows 55 films from 26 countries in the competitive section of International Short Films and 33 internationally acclaimed works in the Special Program section. The films in International Short Films will compete in eight categories for combined prize money of 31 million won. The 33 films in the Special Program section include works that celebrities participated in. They are "What Does the Blind Dream?," the directorial debut of local actor Yoo Ji-tae, "Tori," starring Japanese actor Asano Tadanobu, and "Those Who Love Shorts!," starring Stephen Rea from the film "Crying Game," and Korean-Canadian actress Sandra Oh and Jennifer Jason Leigh from "Last Exit to Brooklyn." Located near Kwanghwamun Station on subway line 5. Tickets: 5,000 won. Details: (02) 783-6518 or Open the link

Red Shoes (Punhongsin) (2005)

Seoul Selection Bookstore

Saturday at noon

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's story "Red Shoes", the film tells of a possessed pair of Red Shoes, which lead the wearers to terrifying deaths. It revolves around Sun-jae, who collects shoes as a hobby. One day she finds a pair of Red Shoes abandoned in a subway station and is mysteriously attracted to them. When she puts them on, she feels delighted but also finds a hidden desire and even fights with her daughter, who is also attracted to them. Then, Sun-jae finds out the secret behind the shoes. Located near Anguk Station on subway line 3. Tickets: 3,000 won. Details: (02) 734-9565 or Open the link .

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