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[Korean Cinema] An Ethics Lesson

An Ethics Lesson (2013) is an unflinching look at the darker side of human nature. Written and directed by Park Myung Rang, An Ethics Lesson, delves into the cruelty, cowardice and evil of four men connected to the life and death of a beautiful university student. Continue reading

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[Korean Cinema] Rough Play

From director Shin Yeon Shik comes the brutally raw, Rough Play, a disturbing glimpse at the dark side of fame. Written by screen writer Kim Ki Duk and starring MBLAQ’s Lee Joon, Rough Play, follows the sudden rise of aspiring actor Oh Young and his inevitable demise as he is corrupted by the dark side of fame. Continue reading

[Korean Cinema] Hwayi: A monster boy

Writer/director Jang Joon Hwan makes his long-anticipated return with the tense action-thiller, Hwayi: A Monster Boy (2013), proving that Korean cinema is as strong and hard hitting as ever. Continue reading