Film director Kim Ki-Duk wins award in Berlin
Korean director Kim Ki-duk was named best director at the 54th annual Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 14 for his film "Samaria", or "Samaritan Girl", a movie about a teenage girl's sexual exploitation and her detective father's revenge and forgiveness. This is the first time a Korean director has won ,...More
'Desire' in All Its Complexities
By Joon Soh
It's not surprising that Kim Eung-su, director of "Yokmang (Desire)", was a psychology major in his university years. His film, which opens on Friday, takes on a dysfunctional sexual triangle and lays bare the misdirected rage, desire and denial within it like a veteran Freudian.
Kim Wins Best Director Award at Berlin Film
South Korean film director Kim Ki-duk won the best director award for "Samaria (Samaritan Girl)" at the 54th Berlin Film Festival on Saturday, Yonhap News reported.
The film depicts a teenage girl's sexual exploitation and her father's murderous rampage it triggers.
It was the first time for a,...More
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