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Immortal Art - On "Handmaiden"

Still shocked about the Chan-Wook Park`s latest; Somehow the master of violence became a narrator of romance and …
The Handmaiden“, which is far from everything we remember from him, is a free adaptation of “Sarah Waters”` acclaimed Victorian novel “Fingersmith”, relocating the setting and characters from England to Japan and Korea, 1930s. 193 more words


[MIFF 2016 Audio Reviews #7] The Handmaiden (2016) and Born To Be Blue (2015) by Bede Jermyn


Welcome to the 7th edition of my 2016 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. 68 more words

Oldboy (2005)

Daesu Oh is a drunk and a philanderer but otherwise a fairly typical husband and father, until one day he is kidnapped and imprisoned in a cell for 15 years with only a TV set for company and no word of explanation. 188 more words


Chan-wook Park's 'The Handmaiden' Sees a Shift in the Release Date

We’ve got just a quick update for those of you who’ve been paying close attention to Chan-wook Park’s (Oldboy, Thirst) latest picture, The Handmaiden… 271 more words


Trailer Reveal for ‘Oldboy’ Director’s Latest, ‘The Handmaiden’

Chan-wook Park’s new project, The Handmaiden has some serious buzz surrounding it, and now that the trailer reveal is upon us we get a nice look at what madness we can expect from the film! 350 more words


‘Oldboy’ Director Prepares to Deliver ‘The Handmaiden’ in Time for Halloween

Chan-wook Park is the kind of filmmaker that aims to keep film fresh. One glance at his résumé and you’ll know exactly what I mean. That instates a certain confidence in anything he does, especially his latest chiller, … 284 more words


Reviewing Stoker

Director: Chan-wook Park
Runtime: 99 minutes
Stars: Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode

4 / 5

The dead man’s daughter is the only one who notices the stranger. 607 more words