Re-creating a 1948 massacre of civilians by the South Korean army on that nation's Jeju Island, "Jiseul" uses disconnected images in pristine monochrome to tell a story that's as hazy and haunting as…
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A cinematic mongrel that defies genre conventions, "A Werewolf Boy" leaps from one conceptual plane to another.
Bearing a superficial resemblance to Venice prizewinner "Pieta," but actually more in sync with classic neorealism.
The key is even lower than the tide in Italian-born, Texas-adopted director Roberto Minervini's sophomore feature, a solemn small-town miniature that offers effectively woozy atmospherics, but is…
To enjoy "Always," Song II-gon's romancer about a has-been boxer and a visually impaired woman, Korean meller fans will need to focus their attention on the film's strong perfs and turn a blind eye…
Rumors of an alien invasion and a secret bond between Seoul schoolboys make for an intelligent, absorbing mix in Korean indie "U.F.O."
Going global is practically a mandatory slogan for industry insiders in South Korea.
Unlike Japan and China, South Korea has never been a location for major Hollywood productions.
Few features come with more anticipation and a higher profile than helmer Michael Bay's sequel "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."
After a mid-decade boom, Korean cinema has slowed down as it faces the after-effects of a burst bubble in film finance. The scale of local production dropped sharply in 2007, with midsize films in…