Top 10 Korean Films of 2014

3. A Dream of Iron

There were a lot of very good Korean documentaries in 2014, not to mention last year when Manshin and Non Fiction Diary made my list, but none hit me as hard as Kelvin Kyung Kun Park’s A Dream of Iron. An art film that transfixes with its almost aggressive combination of visual imagery and eclectic soundtrack, Park’s film has the ability to move viewers in ways that are not easily defined.

Moving away from social realism, A Dream of Iron also strives for something different within the Korean non-fiction realm and one hopes that others will pick up the baton in future.

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Year   2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - All Time (Top 25)

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