The Good, The Bad, The Weird opened the festival The Good, The Bad, The Weird opened the festival

Running at The Barbican in London from November 6 to 12 and then in Liverpool from November 13-15, this year's festival celebrates some of the hottest films to come out of Korea this year, including London Film Festival hit The Good, The Bad, The Weird. There is also a retrospective of the work of Lee Chang-dong.

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Oasis
Oasis
An ex-con suffering from mental illness falls for a woman with cerebral palsy.
Green Fish
Green Fish
A young man finds himself caught up in a Korean gang.
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
Manchurian homage to Sergio Leone sees unlikely protagonists vie over a treasure map.
Milky Way Liberation Front
Milky Way Liberation Front
Black comedy adventure about a screenwriter whose personal and professional world is falling apart.
Secret Sunshine
Secret Sunshine
Exploration of grief in small-town Korea.
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