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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Undoubtedly one of the most interesting filmmakers working in Korea today, Lim Sang Soo has never shirked from pushing buttons and challenging conventions. His previous film, the controversial The President's Last Bang about the 1979 assassination of Park Chung Hee, experienced brushes with the censors, whereas his third film, A Good Lawyer's Wife, provided a devastatingly honest look at modern marriage. Based on Hwang Suk Yeong's bestselling novel, Lim's latest film The Old Garden, set in the politically turbulent 1980s and a comparatively mundane present, completes his portrait of changes in Korean society over the last 30 years. Read More...

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