Top 10 Korean Films of 2015

3. Madonna

Pluto (2012) director Shin Su-won returned with her darkest and strongest work to date earlier this year, when Madonna debuted in the Un Certain Regard competition of the Cannes Film Festival. A work harboring a number of difficult themes, Shin’s latest is a masterful balancing act which also introduces us to the wonderful new actress Kwon So-hyun, who takes on one of the most challenging roles of the year in her film debut. Enthralling and deeply felt, the assured Madonna proves once again that Korea's low-budget filmmakers can outbat the majors.

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