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- In the Fade (2017) ☆☆1/2(2.5/4): After her terrible loss
- Support the Girls (2018) ☆☆☆(3/4): Let’s cheer for Lisa!
- The Kindergarten Teacher (2018) ☆☆☆(3/4): Poetry and obsession
- The Happy Prince (2018) ☆☆☆(3/4): Last years of Oscar Wilde
- First Man (2018) ☆☆☆(3/4): Inside Neil Armstrong
- Ex Libris: The New York Public Library (2017) ☆☆☆(3/4): More than books
- Apostle (2018) ☆☆1/2(2.5/4): A tense, brutal period drama thriller
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Monthly Archives: December 2017
“Wonder” wants to move our heart, and it did its job well. Sure, I could see through its intention right from its first scene, but then I found myself touched by its many sentimental but sincere moments which made me … Continue reading
Now here are 12 South Korean films of this year.
And here are the other 5 movies in my list – with other films good enough to be mentioned.
2017 has been another terribly eventful year for many of us. As I and many others worried from the beginning, Donald Trump and his corrupt cronies have tarnished and demolished what makes the American society great, and those frequent news … Continue reading
1987 was quite an eventful year in South Korea. After the tragic death of a young college student/activist named Park Jong-chul on January 14th, 1987, the public demand for democratization in South Korea became bigger, wider, and fiercer than before … Continue reading
Edward Yang’s “A Bright Summer Day”, which recently happened to be released in South Korea, is a singular masterpiece to be admired for numerous reasons. On one level, it is a tragic adolescent drama inspired by a notorious real-life incident … Continue reading