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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS FROM SOUTH KOREA
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BRAND NEW LIFE

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 92 minutes
  • Directed By: Ounie Lecomte
  • Country: France and South Korea
When her father offers to take her on a trip, nine-year-old Jin-hee happily sings him a love song, the bittersweet notes inaudible to her own ear, until she realizes he has abandoned her at a Catholic orphanage. Drawing raves from the Cannes to Berlin film festivals, Ounie Lecomte's directorial debut, a semi-autobiographical portrait of 1970s South Korea, masterfully captures an emotional journey of loss, friendship, and starting anew. | Read More
Drama and Female Director(s)
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CHUPACHUPS

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 16 minutes
  • Directed By: Ji-suk Kyung
  • Country: South Korea
After passing the civil service examination Sung-joo returns to her hometown to spend the day with her friend, Shin-hee, who stayed behind, in Chupachups.

Screening as part of the Shorts: Fallout program. | Read More
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DIRTY CARNIVAL

  • Release Year: 2006
  • Runtime: 141 minutes
  • Directed By: Ha Yoo
  • Country: South Korea
Low-level gangster Byung-doo takes on a high-risk mission to pay the bills for his widowed mother and siblings. But when he succeeds, he finds himself quickly rising through the ranks of South Korea's organized crime world, paving the way for this exceptional saga of greed, betrayal, violence and tragedy. The literal translation of the Korean title is "mean streets." | Read More
Drama and Crime
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FISH EYES

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 78 minutes
  • Directed By: Wei Zheng
  • Country: South Korea and China
Set during the 2008 Olympics on the outskirts of Beijing, first-time filmmaker Zheng Wei's beautiful and poetic portrait of modern China tells a simple but poignant story about a father, son, and mysterious young woman that subtly explores the physical and psychological tensions that exist in a land where emerging capitalism and accelerating modernization are rapidly overtaking traditional values. | Read More
Drama
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JOURNALS OF MUSAN

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 127 minutes
  • Directed By: Park Jungbum
  • Country: South Korea
Park Jungbum's stunning and much-lauded debut is the story of a North Korean defector forging a life in capitalist South Korea. As both director and actor, Park (assistant director of Lee Chang-dong's stirring Poetry) fully realizes a disarmingly beautiful vision of loneliness, disconnect, and ethical ambiguity in this story of a lost soul's struggle to connect. | Read More
Drama
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MILKY WAY LIBERATION FRONT

  • Release Year: 2007
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Directed By: Yoon Seong-ho
  • Country: South Korea
Writer's block may be the least of rookie filmmaker Ryu Young-jae's problems. His girlfriend ditched him, his first feature production is falling apart, and things are looking like they'll only get worse in this absurd adventure from one of South Korea's edgiest young filmmakers. | Read More
Comedy
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MY DEAR ENEMY

  • Release Year: 2008
  • Runtime: 123 minutes
  • Directed By: Yoon-ki Lee
  • Country: South Korea
Lee Yoon-Ki's (This Charming Girl) deadpan comedy trails a pair of former lovers—he's a romantic and she's a realist—who bump into each other one year down the road. She wants back a hunk of cash she lent him, so they spend the day winding through downtown Seoul on a hilarious mission to collect his old debts. | Read More
Drama
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PAJU

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 110 minutes
  • Directed By: Park Chan-ok
  • Country: South Korea
Joongshik and Eunmo live in Paju: a gray town where the urban landscape is as bleak as the fate of its residents. In writer/director Chan-ok Park's emotionally intense follow-up to award-winning Jealousy Is My Middle Name (TFF '03), the personal travails of two antiheros are delicately unveiled through an anachronistic period of eight years, demonstrating how easily the lines of development and destruction are sometimes blurred. | Read More
Drama
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