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[Twitch] Busan 2011: "Red Vacance Black Wedding" Review

2011/10/16 | 818 views | Permalink | Source

by Padrhig A. Harney, October 16, 2011 2:59 PM

Working together in the past as assistant director and director this team of teacher and student brings us two films in one. They share the same lead and Some qualities that one can only assume were planted into Kim Tae-sik by his teacher Park Chul-Soo. These films seem to only fit together only in the minds of our directors. The documentaries at the start give us a bit of insight into the overall theme, but in the end they are separate works that must be looked at separately.

Black Wedding

We are told that Park Chul-Soo is looking to defy convention by using a cliché structure in the documentary portion. The viewer is given an older professor in love with his young student. Newcomer Oh In-hye, plays this young student. Much of the films hype was ignited when Oh showed up at the BIFF premier with a dress that left very little to the imagination.

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