Film/Video
NEW ASIAN CURRENTS
DIE BAD (JUK GONA HOK EUN NAPU GONA)
DIRECTED BY RYOO SEUNG-WAN


WEDNESDAY,
APRIL 25, 2001,
7:30 PM,
AUDITORIUM

REPEAT SCREENING:
THURSDAY,
APRIL 26, 2001,
7:15 PM,
BELL AUDITORIUM

$7; $6 SENIORS/STUDENTS WITH CURRENT ID;
$5 WALKER AND UNIVERSITY FILM SOCIETY (UFS) MEMBERS WITH MEMBERSHIP CARD

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Last year's absolute cult hit in Korea doesn't hide its Tarantino, Jackie Chan, and John Woo inspirations. Ryoo Seung-Wan's extraordinary feature debut incorporates two of his earlier shorts, plus two new episodes, for a remarkably cohesive, four-part movie looking at the same character from different angles. Switching from action to horror, mockumentary, and gangster genres with a master's touch, the director engages in both the ethos of fighting and the wasted lives of its marginal characters. 2000, South Korea, in Korean with English subtitles, 35mm, color and BW, 95 minutes. Note: Contains violence.




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