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Films That Are Music to the Ears

2004/04/13 | 110 views | Permalink | Source

By Joon Soh
Staff Reporter
A series of recent feature films that have left an impression for their music will be shown free of charge at a media center located in a subway station in Seoul.

From Saturday through April 22, 12 films will be screened on DVD at the theater of Oh! Zemidong, a media center located within Chungmuro Station on subway lines 3 and 4.

Among the films to be screened "Storytelling," by Todd Solondz, director of "Welcome to the Dollhouse"; "High Fidelity," starring John Cusack; "Mulholland Drive" directed by David Lynch; "Double Life of Veronique" by Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski; and "Memento Mori" the second of a popular local horror series.

Cho Song-woo, the musical director of "Pomnal-un Kanda (One Fine Spring Day)" will be there at 6:30 p.m. on Friday for a question-and-answer session prior to the screening of the film.

The theater seats 50. For more information call (02) 2273-2392 or go to www.ohzemidong.co.kr.

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