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Films By Park Chan-wook

MIFF favourite Park Chan-wook (Stoker, MIFF 2013) and his brother Park Chan-kyong reunite after their 2011 Berlinale Best Short Film winning Night Fishing to deliver this tale of an elderly master (Park regular Sang Kang-ho) giving singing lessons to a young girl on a mountain. ... D/S Park ... Read more
At a border post between North and South Korea, three soldiers are dead and the two surviving witnesses to their killing have attempted suicide. Into a potentially explosive situation steps investigator Jang. Swiss/Korean Jang has been selected as a neutral party qualified to unravel a mystery that ... Read more
Old Boy South Korea'a wild, intensely cinematic ride.' -VarietyWinner of the Cannes Grand Prix award, Old Boy is an electrifying tale of revenge from Festival favourite Park Chan-wook (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, MIFF 2003).'One day in 1988, an ordinary man named Oh Dae-su, who lives with his wife ... Read more
"An intense mix of horror, thriller and domestic drama, this is exquisite filmmaking." – Empire ... When India loses her father in a car accident on her 18th birthday, her mother Evie invites India's long-lost Uncle Charlie to stay with them. Charlie is a mysterious, charming and possibly ... Read more
“Investigates the lonely recesses of a lucid, wounded mind and renders the astonishing portrait of a sombre heroine whose heart is as pure - and as cold - as snow.” - Toronto International Film Festival Capping off his now infamous cycle of revenge films, MIFF favourite and past guest Park ... Read more
Ryu is a hearing-impared factory worker who spends his spare time with his younger sister and offbeat girlfriend. When his sister becomes dangerously ill, Ryu decides to offer her one of his kidneys, only to discover that he is not a suitable donor. Compounding his problem, he is sacked for ... Read more
Winner of the Jury Prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival. ... From the runaway imagination of Festival favourite Park Chan-wook (Old Boy, MIFF 2004; Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, MIFF 2006) comes Thirst. ... Dubbed a ‘scandalous vampire melodrama' by Park himself, Thirst sees a priest (Song ... Read more
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