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iPhone : OLDBOY (2003). Director: Park Chan-wook
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THE VILLAINESS (2017). Director: Jeong Byeong-Gil

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iPhone : Bong Joon-ho: “With the ending, I wanted the murderer to lock eyes with the detective. I thought ‘Maybe the serial killer might one day go to the theatre and sit there watching the film about himself and what he did years ago.’ It made me extremely uncomfortable to imagine that.” twitter.com/koreanscreenco…

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Thanks for making all our lives a little better.

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THIRST (2009). Park Chan-wooks twisted vampire love story is a multi-faceted view of religion, lust and consequence. FULL REVIEW: ow.ly/CzUz50DancI

iPhone : SONG KANG-HO WEEK. Joint Security Area (2000).

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iPhone : SONG KANG-HO WEEK. Snowpiercer (2013).

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SYMPATHY FOR MR. VENGEANCE (2002). Director: Park Chan-wook. The first instalment of the Vengeance Trilogy sees anti-heroes and villains chasing desperate paydays or blood-drenched revenge. FULL REVIEW: ow.ly/UpKf50D9w7x

iPhone : SONG KANG-HO WEEK. The Age of Shadows (2016)

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A TAXI DRIVER (2017). Director: Jang Hoon. A cabbie becomes the reluctant hero of the 1980s Gwangju Uprising in a heartfelt and impassioned retelling of a remarkable real-life story. FULL REVIEW: ow.ly/uQ0l50D9eG5

iPhone : SONG KANG-HO WEEK. The Host (2006)

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THE QUIET FAMILY (1998). Director: Kim Jee-woon. Dark comedy serves up hilarity and horror with a killer cast and crew of future Korean cinema stars. FULL REVIEW: ow.ly/Af5G50D8ubC

iPhone : SONG KANG-HO WEEK. Memories of Murder (2003)

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iPhone : Pierce Conran You and your demonstrably correct facts, Pierce. Years ago I wrote in a national newspaper that someone had died after stepping on a mime, so the mistakes are lessening at least. pic.twitter.com/Q85dgVVJyN