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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS FROM SOUTH KOREA
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PLANET OF SNAIL

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 89 minutes
  • Directed By: Seung-Jun Yi
  • Country: South Korea
Deaf and blind, Young-Chan lives in a quiet, isolated world in his small apartment. But when Soon-Ho, an empathetic woman compromised by a spinal disability, comes into his life, a unique love story begins. Poetic and gently paced, Planet of Snail brings to life the sensual world shared by this special couple, and illustrates that the greatest beauty can be found in the smallest and most unlikely love stories. | Read More
Documentary and Relationships
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POSSESSED

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 106 minutes
  • Directed By: Lee Yong-ju
  • Country: South Korea
In this eminently creepy horror show, college student Hee-jin returns home in the wake of her younger sister's disappearance, only to find her mother a fanatical religious convert and the family's neighbors offing themselves in increasingly bizarre and grotesque ways. Together with detective Tae-hwan, Hee-jin must unravel the tangled web of connections between the victims that will lead back to the missing girl. | Read More
Horror
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RIKIDOZAN - A HERO EXTRAORDINAIRE

  • Release Year: 2004
  • Runtime: 125 minutes
  • Directed By: Stephanie Kim
  • Country: South Korea
This compelling bio-pic reveals the true story of Rikidozan, the "Father of Japanese Wrestling." Rikidozan introduced American style wrestling to Japan and became a symbol of iconic heroism after World War II by continuously defeating the Americans in the ring with his famous "karate chop"-while concealing his Korean heritage. | Read More
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ROADS OF KIAROSTAMI

Abbas Kiarostami has recently been exhibiting his black-and-white landscape photographs at venues around the world, and Roads of Kiarostami is both a companion piece to these exhibits and an extension of them. Static shots of the photos alternate with footage of Kiarostami's car winding through mountain roads, as the Iranian filmmaker muses in voice-over on the significance of the journey and the path in his own work and in Persian literature. | Read More
Documentary
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SMOKE-FLAVORED LIFE

  • Release Year: 2004
  • Runtime: 21 minutes
  • Country: South Korea
Seven-year-old Younghee smokes out of curiosity, while her mother puffs for composure. One day it’s discovered that Younghee’s dad is cheating on her mom and eventually the patriarch beats his wife and daughter, causing the pair to run away from home. | Read More
Drama
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TALE OF TWO SISTERS

  • Release Year: 2003
  • Runtime: 115 minutes
  • Country: South Korea
After a long illness, two sisters return home to a distant father and a cruel stepmother. Dreams about their late mother awaken Su-mi the next morning. Strange things begin to happen from that moment on. Based loosely on an old Korean folk tale, Jee-woon Kim's fresh approach twists the source material into a narrative jigsaw puzzle that will leave you guessing until the end. | Read More
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