London Korean Film Festival 2008

A look back at films by the novelist-turned-film-director.

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Oasis Oasis
Oasis and Green Fish
Green Fish (Chorok Mulkogi) (Country: South Korea; Year: 1997; Director: Lee Chang-dong; Writer: Lee Chang-dong; Stars: Han Suk-Kyu, Shim Hye-Jin, Moon Sung-Keun)
A young man finds himself caught up in a Korean gang.
Oasis (Country: South Korea; Year: 2002; Director: Lee Chang-dong; Writer: Lee Chang-dong; Stars: Moon So-ri, Seol Kyeong-gu, Ahn Nae-sung)
An ex-con suffering from mental illness falls for a woman with cerebral palsy.
Peppermint Candy (Bakha Satang) (Country: South Korea, Japan; Year: 1999; Director: Lee Chang-dong; Writer: Lee Chang-dong; Stars: Kyeong-gu, Moon So-ri, Kim Yeo-jin)
A look at the political history of Korea through the eyes of a man who has just committed suicide.
Secret Sunshine (Milyang) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2007; Director: Lee Chang-dong; Writer: Lee Chang-dong, based on the novel by Yi Chong-jun; Stars: Jeon Do-yeon, Song Kang-ho, Jo Yeong-jin, Kim Mi-kyung, Kim Yeong-jae, Ko Seo-hie)
Exploration of grief in small-town Korea.

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