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Sleep

Jason Yu
2023

Paul Risker - 16-06-2024

Korean comedy horror begins well, but ultimately provokes an indifferent response despite an intriguing premise - in cinemas on Friday, July 12th [Read More...]

Call Of God (Kõne Taevast)

Kim Ki-duk
2022

Jeremy Clarke - 23-11-2022

The romantic adventure of a woman in a black and white dream state is the final film of late Kim Ki-duk, the bad boy of South Korean cinema – live from the 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival [Read More...]

Decision To Leave (Heojil Kyolshim)

Park Chan-wook
2022

Jeremy Clarke - 19-10-2022

A married detective investigating the death of a climber becomes obsessed with the victim’s wife, who looks increasingly like the dead man's murderer – now on various VoD platforms. [Read More...]

Extreme Job (Geukhanjikeob)

Lee Byeong-heon
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 18-11-2019

A bungling bunch of cops take over a fast food chicken restaurant to watch a gang of criminals in the building opposite in this hilarious, South Korean genre-bender – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

The Pollen Of Flowers (Hwaboon)

Ha Gil-Jong
1972

Jeremy Clarke - 05-11-2019

A man brings his gay lover to visit the family household with disastrous consequences – dirty Korean classic shows at the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

North Korean Partisan In South Korea (Nambugun)

Chung Ji-young
1990

Jeremy Clarke - 04-11-2019

Gritty account of the Korean War based on the memoirs of a North Korean soldier shows at the 2023 London East Asia Film Festival as part of a strand showcasing director Chung Ji-Young. [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...]

Exit

Lee Sang-geun
2019

Jeremy Clarke - 26-10-2019

A skilled climber must help his trapped family escape from a skyscraper surrounded by a rising cloud of toxic gas – from the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF), on now [Read More...]

The House Of Us (Woori-Jip)

Yoon Ge-eun
2019

Jeremy Clarke - 22-10-2019

Prepubescent girl forms a surrogate family, as she watches the relationship between her parents collapse – from the BFI London Film Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) [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...]

Default (Gukgabudo-ui Nal)

Choi Kook-Hee
2018

Jeremy Clarke - 22-05-2019

Drama fictionalises the economic crisis of mid to late 1990s South Korea and the role played by banking, government and speculators – teaser screening from the London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) [Read More...]


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Sleep
Korean comedy horror begins well, but ultimately provokes an indifferent response despite an intriguing premise - in cinemas on Friday, July 12th [Read More...]

Call Of God (Kõne Taevast)
The romantic adventure of a woman in a black and white dream state is the final film of late Kim Ki-duk, the bad boy of South Korean cinema – live from the 26th Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival [Read More...]

Decision To Leave (Heojil Kyolshim)
A married detective investigating the death of a climber becomes obsessed with the victim’s wife, who looks increasingly like the dead man's murderer – now on various VoD platforms. [Read More...]

Extreme Job (Geukhanjikeob)
A bungling bunch of cops take over a fast food chicken restaurant to watch a gang of criminals in the building opposite in this hilarious, South Korean genre-bender – from the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

The Pollen Of Flowers (Hwaboon)
A man brings his gay lover to visit the family household with disastrous consequences – dirty Korean classic shows at the London Korean Film Festival [Read More...]

North Korean Partisan In South Korea (Nambugun)
Gritty account of the Korean War based on the memoirs of a North Korean soldier shows at the 2023 London East Asia Film Festival as part of a strand showcasing director Chung Ji-Young. [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...]

Exit
A skilled climber must help his trapped family escape from a skyscraper surrounded by a rising cloud of toxic gas – from the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF), on now [Read More...]

The House Of Us (Woori-Jip)
Prepubescent girl forms a surrogate family, as she watches the relationship between her parents collapse – from the BFI London Film Festival and the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) [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...]

Default (Gukgabudo-ui Nal)
Drama fictionalises the economic crisis of mid to late 1990s South Korea and the role played by banking, government and speculators – teaser screening from the London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) [Read More...]

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