Kim Hye-ja’s titular character was decades in the making.
The One Perfect Shot team celebrates the most noteworthy shots in the acclaimed South Korean director's stunning filmography.
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One of the most important artists in Bong Joon-ho's filmmaking circle discusses the process of transcending genre to create a timeless and timely film.
Using intricate set-pieces, 'Parasite' delivers a biting class-commentary.
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By virtue of its highly-detailed production design, Bong Joon-ho's dystopian locomotive nightmare effectively portrays, challenges, and shatters the dangers of political ubiquities.
The hijinks of 'Home Alone' meet the absurd comedic sensibilities of 'Burn After Reading' meets the dramatic commentary of 'The Ice Storm.'
The festival of master auteurs is a one-stop shop for perfect shots.
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