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Majimak babsang (2006)

A surrealist film about irony and separation that explores modern social problems including pollution and environmental concerns and the collapse of family values.

Director:

Gyeong-tae Roh

Writer:

Gyeong-tae Roh
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Cast

Credited cast:
Hyun-joo Baek Hyun-joo Baek
Suk-yeun Hong Suk-yeun Hong
Sun-bok Hwang Sun-bok Hwang
Do-yun Kim Do-yun Kim
Heung-ki Oh Heung-ki Oh
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A surrealist film about irony and separation that explores modern social problems including pollution and environmental concerns and the collapse of family values.

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Drama

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Official Sites:

ED Distribution [France]

Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

19 March 2008 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

La mesa de la última cena See more »

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Gyeong-tae Roh's work will grow on you.
3 February 2007 | by stpfan44See all my reviews

The reason why people don't like "Majimak babsang" is because their mind is so used to the standard Hollywood formula of film-making as to they can't comprehend what Gyeong- tae Roh was trying to express, and aside from the obscured scenes that was revealed in the movie, only a hand-full of people on this planet has the patience to sit through something like this.

I admit i felt like walking out, but i didn't. Its been a few months now since i saw it, and I can't get it out of my mind.

Gyeong-tae Roh is different and talented!


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