I Saw The Devil I Saw The Devil

This festival featuring the best new film from South Korea, celebrates its fifth edition from November 5 to 14.

The LKFF will feature 21 screenings at three London venues - ICA, Odeon Westend and Apollo. There will be a retrospective dedicated to Jang Jin and he will be in attendance.

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The Housemaid
The Housemaid
Remake of the 1960 classic about a man's affair with the family's servant.
Mise-En-Scene 2
Mise-En-Scene 2
Collection of South Korean shorts.
Green Days
Green Days
Animation about a term in the life of a group of school pupils.
Paju
Paju
A study of one man's fraught relationships.
The Man From Nowhere
The Man From Nowhere
An ex-con is drawn back into drug smuggling after a family is kidnapped.
I Saw The Devil
I Saw The Devil
After the daughter of a police chief is murdered by a serial killer, her fiance vows to hunt him down.
Guns And Talks
Guns And Talks
A band of killers-for-hire attempt the perfect crime, but a detective is hot on their trail.
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