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Korean Film Festival DC 2010
탕슉  2010-04-02 00:08:22, Hit : 5,184, Vote : 154

APRIL 2010
Week of Sunday, April 4, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: My Dear Enemy
Friday, April 9, 7 pm
Unemployed Hee-soo (Jeon Do-youn, who won an award at Cannes for her performance in Secret Sunshine) tracks down her ex-boyfriend Byoung-woon to get him to repay a debt in this deadpan comedy from director Lee Yoon-ki (Ad Lib Night; This Charming Girl). What follows is a roaming battle of the sexes as charismatic, carefree Byoung-woon tries to charm the money out of various women in his life while the increasingly fed-up Hee-soo tags along. Lee’s…

Week of Sunday, April 11, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: Wind Echoing in My Being
Sunday, April 11, 2 pm
In this portrait of an artist as a young man, a loner living in an attic records his dreams of strange places and childhood memories in a book he hopes to publish one day—until a visit to his old hometown causes him to question whether this effort is worthwhile after all. Jeon’s first feature was selected for the 1997 Cannes Film Festival and won the Best Korean Film Award in the Wide Angle section of the 1997 Pusan International Film Festival. S…

Korean Film Festival DC 2010: With a Girl of Black Soil
Friday, April 16, 7 pm
In person: Jeon Soo-il, director
In a small mining village in Kangwon province, nine-year-old Young-lim lives a financially limited but cozy life with her father, a miner, and her mentally challenged brother. Their happiness is interrupted when her father loses his job after a mining incident. Jeon’s most acclaimed film—it won awards at the Venice, Pusan, Deauville, and Barcelona film festivals, among others—is a “quiet wonder” (critic Neil Young,…

Korean Film Festival DC 2010: Time Between Dog and Wolf
Saturday, April 17, 2 pm
In person: Jeon Soo-il, director

Titled after a French phrase denoting a time of night so dark that details disappear in front of one’s eyes, and set in an eerie, snowbound landscape, this film effectively conveys the uncanny feeling of being lost amid once-familiar surroundings. After leading a bleak, financially difficult urban existence, a filmmaker returns to his hometown after a twenty-five-year absence, where he meets a woman in search of…

Week of Sunday, April 18, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: Himalaya, Where the Wind Dwells
Sunday, April 18, 2 pm
In person: Jeon Soo-il, director

While visiting his brother’s factory, recently divorced Choi (Oldboy star Choi Min-sik) agrees on the spur of the moment to travel to Nepal and deliver the ashes of a deceased worker to his homeland. After meeting the worker’s impoverished family, Choi finds it difficult to break the news to them or return to his former life. Jeon’s images of the Himalayas are as powerful as the drama unfolding within them. South…

Korean Film Festival DC 2010: Dream
Friday, April 23, 7 pm
Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi (circa 369 BCE–circa 286 BCE) once dreamed he was a butterfly. When he woke up, Zhuangzi famously posed the question of whether he was dreaming of the butterfly—or if the butterfly was dreaming of him. Korean cinema’s resident provocateur Kim Ki-duk (3-Iron; The Isle) creates a contemporary variation on this ancient conundrum with this hallucinatory head trip of a film. Japanese actor Joe Odagiri (Adrift in Tokyo;…

Week of Sunday, April 25, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: My Friend and His Wife
Sunday, April 25, 2 pm
Variety film critic Derek Elley calls Shin Dong-il’s film “superbly honed at every level, with dialogue, performances, and direction meshing in a seamless, apparently effortless flow.” It tells the story of two old friends—one a single, ambitious businessman; the other a humble, married chef—whose lives are turned upside down by marital infidelity and personal tragedy. Shin’s film blends great acting, unexpected twists, and subtle but powerful ca…

MAY 2010
Week of Sunday, May 2, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: M
Sunday, May 2, 2 pm
Lee Myung-se was inspired to make this psychodrama by a dream he had in which Alfred Hitchcock handed him a book titled M. Employing the hyperkinetic style that distinguished his previous films Nowhere to Hide and Duellist, Lee turns M into a study of rich, saturated colors and bright light alternating with inky darkness. These dazzling visuals function as projections of the feverish mind of a creatively blocked writer who starts seeing visions…

Korean Film Festival DC 2010: Rough Cut
Friday, May 7, 7 pm
Written by Kim Ki-duk, Jang Hun’s action-packed film provides a fresh twist on the gangster movie genre. After severely beating his co-star during a filmed fight scene, movie star Soo-ta offers the role to Gang-pae, an actual gangster and aspiring thespian. Gang-pae accepts, but with one condition: the fights in the movie must be real. Their tumultuous love-hate relationship teaches both men about the limits of friendship, while the gulf between…

Week of Sunday, May 9, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: For Eternal Hearts
Sunday, May 9, 2 pm
Love transcends death in this “weird and wonderful” (Derek Elley, Variety) romantic fantasy about a college student whose crush keeps appearing to him even after she commits suicide. Told in flashbacks stretching from the student protests of the turbulent 1970s to the classroom of eager students where the hero now teaches, Hwang Qu-duck’s film hinges on a startling plot twist that throws perceptions of what is real and what is fantasy for a…

Korean Film Festival DC 2010: May 18
Saturday, May 15, 2 pm
In Person: David E. James

Kim Ji-hun’s dramatization of the Gwangju Uprising is both a powerful film and a useful primer for those unfamiliar with this momentous event in recent Korean history. The poignant theme—ordinary lives forever affected by the 1980 tragedy—made it one of the most popular Korean films of 2007. David E. James, a University of Southern California film scholar who was living in Korea at the time of the uprising, introduces the…

Week of Sunday, May 16, 2010
Korean Film Festival DC 2010: Film Screening and Panel Discussion: The Gwangju Uprising: Thirty Years Later
Sunday, May 16, 2 pm
In Person: David E. James and Namhee Lee

Join film scholar David E. James and historian Namhee Lee as they discuss the impact of the Gwangju Uprising of May 18, 1980, on Korean history. The discussion is preceded by a screening of The Day, Cho Jae-hyung’s short film about a man who is unwittingly drawn into the violence. (2008, 18 min., Korean with English subtitles)

David E. James is on the faculty of the University of Southern California’s…
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