Language: Korean

  • Minari


    “Minari is a story of the American Dream. But Chung’s brilliance is in how he adds depth and complexity to those foundational ideas – it’s in the spaces in between that we find love, loss, hope, and regret.” Clarisse Loughrey, Independent

  • The Good the Bad the Weird

    The Good the Bad the Weird

    Set in 1930s Manchuria, three rival Korean adventurers vie with each other for possession of a treasure map promising vast fortune. And that, in fact, is all you need to remember in a plot full of twists and turns, involving many other factions in the chase including local criminal organisations, the Japanese Army and Chinese…

  • Oldboy


    Businessman Oh Dai-su, (Choi Min-sik), is abducted from an empty Seoul street and imprisoned for fifteen years. During this time his unknown captor denies him human contact. Oh Dai-sus only link with the outside world is the TV, through which he learns his wife has been murdered and his daughter has been sent to Sweden…

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