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I’m sure a pretty large minority of people reading this will have seen Chan Wook Park’s Oldboy so they’ll be able to pick up on the significance of the various little snippets and sounds in this oddball promo.
Still my preferred Chan Wook Park movie, Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance is one of the most brilliant emotional gymnasiums I have ever come across.
Despite this duet, Stoker is something of a triangle and it has very sharp corners.
It’s hard to cut a trailer like this and get it right.
Brilliant: Chan Wook Park Has Nicole Kidman Go Off The Deep End In A Single Menacing Take From Stoker
Chan Wook Park plays this scene for sheer intensity.
Featuring blood and a metronome, if those are your kind of things.
Another US do-over for one of the luminous Chan-Wook Park revenge trilogy.
Stoking the Stoker fires a little more. It’s looking very good indeed.
One of the best directors in the world keeps planning new films. Good news!
I think this looks brilliant.
Nicole Kidman gives Mia Wasikowska some of the most pummelling, demoralising venom I’ve heard in a good long while.
The director of Oldboy and one of the hottest screenplays in many a year.
Gangster drama from James Bond scribes and the director of Oldboy.
Pallisades Tartan are selling Blu-rays of Chan Wook Park’s superb Vengeance Trilogy – Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy and Sympathy For Lady Venegance – from their Amazon store at the wonderful price of $17.99 for the set. That’s less than …
Chan Wook Park’s first English-language picture is set to be Stoker, built from a screenplay by Ted Foulkes, a pseudonym for the Prison Break actor Wentworth Miller. Already signed up in the lead role of India Stoker is the blazingly …
Last week, Chan Wook Park premiered his latest picture. Paranmanjang, which appears to be going by the name Night Fishing for English speakers despite not actually meaning that at all. This is the short that became instantly infamous by being …
This morning saw the premiere of Paranmanjang, a new film by Chan Wook Park filmed entirely on an iPhone 4. I assume that Park and co. didn’t also edit their project on the phone, though Apple would tell you that …