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posted a Quick Tip about Pieta (Korean film). May 30, 2013
posted in ASIANatomy
Pieta (Korean film)
Korean director Kim Ki-Duk goes a little more twisted in a conventional narrative. Last time I felt this much emotion and repulsed with the thought about revenge was when I saw OLDBOY  …
reviewed Pieta (Korean film). May 28, 2013
posted in ASIANatomy
Pieta (Korean film)
I have seen the majority of Kim Ki-Duk’s films. He was one of the South Korean directors that first got me into the “Korean New Wave” some years ago. There is something to be said for …
reviewed 3-Iron (Bin-jip). July 22, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
3-Iron (Bin-jip)
Kim-Ki Duk is an extremely talented director. This film uses very little dialog and long, drawn out shots. The result is that it leaves a lot of "space" for the viewer. It feels more like you …
reviewed The Isle (2001). January 23, 2009
posted in ASIANatomy
The Isle (2001)
I've always been a fan of Kim Ki-Duk's. I've reviewed most of his films and for some reason, I haven't reviewed my first experience from this outcast Korean director. Kim has been labeled …
reviewed The Isle (2001). December 02, 2007
posted in Movie Hype
The Isle (2001)
This is my third film from director Ki-duk Kim (II). The first one being "3-Iron" and the second "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring" both being great but close to silent films. The Isle (Seom), …
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