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Bloodline (Hyeol-maek)

Kim Soo-yong
1963

Jeremy Clarke - 01-11-2019

Three families face tough times in post-war Korea, but the way their young people deal with it suggest things will improve – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

A Day Off (Hyuil)

Lee Man-hee
1968

Jeremy Clarke - 30-10-2019

A man passes the boredom of Sunday in Seoul by spending time in the park with his lover, robbing an old schoolmate then going out drinking and womanising in bars – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

House Of Hummingbird (Beol-Sae)

Kim Bora
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 08-10-2019

A teenage girl in Seoul, Korea, 1994, comes to terms with life on a number of levels - personal, family, social, political  – from the BFI London Film Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) [Read More...]

Two Doors (Doo gae-eui moon)

Kim Il-rhan, Hong Ji-you
2011

Jeremy Clarke - 05-11-2017

Is this the Korean Grenfell Tower? Threatened eviction, SWAT, lethal building fire: compelling documentary about the Yongsan tragedy in which a police raid on a group of housing protesters went horribly wrong – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

The Remnants (Gong-Dong-Jeong-Beom)

Kim Il-rhan/ Lee Hyuk-sang
2016

Jeremy Clarke - 05-11-2017

Revisiting the Korean towering inferno: follow-up doc to Two Doors, has survivors of the Yongsan tragedy released from prison to tell their side of the story and grapple with the resulting emotional and psychological problems – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]


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Bloodline (Hyeol-maek)
Three families face tough times in post-war Korea, but the way their young people deal with it suggest things will improve – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

A Day Off (Hyuil)
A man passes the boredom of Sunday in Seoul by spending time in the park with his lover, robbing an old schoolmate then going out drinking and womanising in bars – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

House Of Hummingbird (Beol-Sae)
A teenage girl in Seoul, Korea, 1994, comes to terms with life on a number of levels - personal, family, social, political  – from the BFI London Film Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) [Read More...]

Two Doors (Doo gae-eui moon)
Is this the Korean Grenfell Tower? Threatened eviction, SWAT, lethal building fire: compelling documentary about the Yongsan tragedy in which a police raid on a group of housing protesters went horribly wrong – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

The Remnants (Gong-Dong-Jeong-Beom)
Revisiting the Korean towering inferno: follow-up doc to Two Doors, has survivors of the Yongsan tragedy released from prison to tell their side of the story and grapple with the resulting emotional and psychological problems – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

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