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5 items from 2014


Full Programme Announced For London Korean Film Festival

21 October 2014 11:37 PM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

South Korea has given us a disproportionate amount of the greatest films of the last 15 years, and even before this sudden breakout, South Korea was has many hidden classics yet to be screened or made available on our shores. 2014 welcomes the 9th London Korean Film Festival with many incredible films both old and brand new. Guaranteed highlights are A Hard Day and A Girl At My Door, both of which screened at the London Film Festival, you can read our reviews for them by clicking the following links: A Hard Day, A Girl At My Door.

Also certain to raise some eyebrows is a look back at the career of Kim Ki Duk, before the UK premiere of his latest film One On One. His recent classics Pieta and Moebius (reviewed here) will also be screened.

The opening gala film will be Kundo: Age Of Rampant, while the closing gala »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Busan Festival Gets off to Lively Start

2 October 2014 4:46 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Busan — The third year of ceremonies at the Biff Centre, Thursday night, was arguably the smoothest yet — and the most fun.

“I didn’t realize that the atmosphere here was going to be so lively,” said Taiwanese director Doze Niu, who then introduced the cast of opening night film “Paradise in Service.”

Proceedings overseen by Moon So-ri and Japan’s Watanabe Ken, were helped by the generally clement weather, short speeches, and the smooth functioning of the purpose-built festival centre. A volley of fireworks from the building next door was a nice touch.

The red carpet parade this year clearly put the accent on elegance rather than sex appeal, a steady stream of full-length gowns in ivory, white, and gold with, mostly, high neck lines.

That was perhaps driven by a new festival policy, which dispensed with the presence of dozens of scantily-clad minor celebrities who in previous years had »

- Patrick Frater

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Tiff 2014 Review – Scarlet Innocence (Madam Ppang-Deok) (2014)

4 September 2014 6:45 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Scarlet Innocence (Madam Ppang-Deok), 2014.

Directed by Yim Pil-sung.

Starring Woo-sung Jung, Esom, and So-young Park.

 

Synopsis:

Small-town girl Deokee is abandoned by university professor Hak-kyu after a lusty affair, and vengefully approaches him 8 years later when he starts suffering from blindness.

A university professor seeks refuge teaching in a small town while a sex scandal puts his position under review; being a sexual predator he is soon bedding another of his students despite being married and having a young daughter.  When the charges are dismissed, the academic is reinstated and leaves behind his obsessive mistress.

Before the two lovers are separated their worlds are torn apart by an abortion and two tragic deaths by a house fire and suicide.  Eight years later the professor has become a bestselling author whose life is filled with sex and booze, and an estranged teenage daughter; complications arise when he begins to lose his »

- Trevor Hogg

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The Divine Move Review

24 July 2014 9:20 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Cho Beom Gu

Cast: Jung Woo Sung, Ahn Kil Kang, Ahn Sung Kee, Choi Jin Hyeok, Kim In Kwon, Lee Beom Su, Lee Si Young

Certificate: R

Running Time: 118 minutes.

Synopsis: A professional Go player is framed for his brother’s murder and, upon his release, seeks revenge against those responsible in the seedy underworld of Go, where the greatest wager is your life.

Go is the extremely popular tactical game which is legendary in Asian countries. We’re talking world championships and televised matches kind of legendary, and with such a following in South Korea, it only makes sense to make a hard hitting thriller centred around gambling, murder, revenge, martial arts, and the game itself.

The plot moves very quickly indeed with a game in which Tae Seok’s (Jung) brother gambles his life in a high stakes game of Go. Tae Seok is soon framed for »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Go For Broke With Korean Action Thriller ‘The Divine Move’

23 July 2014 12:43 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Switch on a TV in South Korea and chances are you’ll stumble across a competitive Go/Baduk tournament. Go is a simple looking but incredibly complex game in which players with black and white stones battle for area on a 19×19 board. Although originating in China, the game has become phenomenally popular in the likes of Japan and South Korea, as well as forming a following across the globe.

The latest film from director Cho Beom Gu, responsible for 2011′s Quick, takes the board game into a seedy world of underground gambling where the stakes are often more than monetary and battles on the board can result in the flying of fists. Here’s the official synopsis!

Professional Go (a.k.a. baduk) player Tae-seok loses a high-stakes game to infamous underground gambler Sal-soo, and ends up framed for the murder of his own brother and locked up in prison. »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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