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The Villainess (2017) directed by Byung-gil Jung

Review of an occasionally confusing but often epic and exhilarating South Korean variant of La Femme Nikita, starring Ok-bin Kim, Ha-kyun Shin and Jun Sung.

Ok-bin Kim plays Sook-hee in The Villainess

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The Age of Shadows

Fans of Jee-woon Kim’s other films should feel right at home with this period action thriller.


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The Handmaiden (Director’s Cut)

Manipulation, cruelty and subterfuge are on the menu in this visually sumptuous masterpiece Chan-wook Park.


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​Train to Busan

Korean "zombies on a train" horror is an initially exciting but ultimately wearying journey.

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