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August 31, 2004



"Im Kwon-Taek's "Chi-hwa-seon," which shared a best director award the same year in Cannes..."

I think I saw this at my teacher orientation. If its about a famous Korean painter then I certainly did. Its an exetremely attractive film visually, especially to me as I like Asian art and architecture - and some of the natural scenes where really spectacular. It looks like they went to a lot of trouble to re-create late nineteenth C. Korea. It was also a fun film at times, although I found it a bit difficult keeping track of who was who - particularly some of the female characters who all looked the same (... mmm, that sounds like something my Dad would say).


I would like to see one of his films, one of these days. I've heard the cienmatography is pretty amazing in his films.

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