Three short films dedicated to the annual Pusan International Film Festival and the city itself. Featuring a star-studded ensemble cast from Korea, Japan and China. (Korean, Thai, Japanese with English subtitles)
Lin Guocai and Miao Keyi was an admirable couple. Lin appeared to be a very loving husband, but in fact he was having an affair with his assistant Stella. He even contemplated to murder his wife for her sumptuous wealth which was worth over billions. One day, Miao was kidnapped by Stella’s husband Pang, whose
Nanami is a senior in college and thick in the hunt for work. Her dream is to work in the flamboyant field of media, but she has yet to receive any offer. When her best friend, Tomoko, lands a position, she becomes frustrated and takes it out on her boyfriend, Ishino. One day, coming across
40-year-old Sociology professor Hye-jung falls for a 21-year-old Usang, a male student who helps her project research on women’s extramarital affair. Their prohibited love and secrets are watched and told by two secretive observers. They are her copy machine and his digital camera.
Whereas Hostel was for kids, Grotesque is for adults. This is billed as the “cruelest Japanese splatter movie ever” and it truly lives up to that billing. It is no small relief that the film lives up to its Movie title, a torture porn genre that has largely taken over the horror field. No CGI
“Eighteen, Nineteen” depicts a youth scandal involving fraternal twins Ho-Ya and Seo-Ya. They experience their last winter before they become adults … During the summer when Seo-Ya turns 18, she confesses her feelings to Ho-Ya. Her fraternal twin brother, already…