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  • [HanCinema's Digest] Cinema Snippets

    Hangul Celluloid reviews the strange and unsettling "Vegetarian", Lee Byeong-hun to star in another Hollywood flick, Claudia Kim (Claudia Kim)'s acting career off to a flying start, and find out what South Korean films have been making waves this year,...More
  • Korean movies opening today 2011/10/13 in Korea

    2011/10/13, Source
    Korean movies opening today 2011/10/13 in Korea "HIT" and "Scars",...More
  • Interview with director Lim Woo-seong

    2011/09/23, Source
      Up-and-coming Korean director Lim Woo-seong, whose "Scars" is screening in the San Sebastian International Film Festival Zabaltegi-New Directors Section, speaks to Cine21's SHIN Dooyoung about his work. This is an excerpt from the full story which will be published in the October issue of Korean Cinema Today. Director Lim Woo-seong, who adapted "Vegetarian" from HAN Gang's novel of the same title, has once has once again made a film from a novel by Han. His second film "Scars" is based on from Han Gang's short story collection "Fruit of My Woman". The film talks of the complicated married relationship between Sang-hyeop, a perfectionist newscaster and Sun-hee, a children's book illustrator. Like "Vegetarian", "Scars" is true to the images from the novel, describing the characters' psychology in detail,...More

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