Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Modern Korean Cinema

A brief introduction:

I believe Korean cinema to be one of the most vital national film industries in the world and I have been a passionate fan for many years. South Korea's films are high-quality and highly eclectic externalizations of a nation's fears and anxieties but all also its hopes and joy. Besides the ability to be "read" (if you'll forgive the term), K-Movies were a breath of fresh air as we entered the new millennium. A series of carefully crafted genre films and exquisite art films that began to excite and enthrall the world's film lovers.

After a brief hiatus from Korean cinema, I have thrown myself back into one of my favorite hobbies. Only now I would like to share my appreciation with other enthusiasts.

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