Sunday, January 28, 2018

[Articles[ Jang Keun Suk's "Human, Time, Space & Humanity' makes headlines in Berlin and Hollywood - 2017-01-28

From Berlinale:

“The full programme for the 2018 edition of Panorama has been finalised and features a total of 47 films from 40 countries, with 37 world premieres and 16 directorial debuts. 20 films will be screened in the scope of Panorama Dokumente, while 27 fiction features are shown in Panorama Special as well as the main programme.”

In the description of each of chosen films is this excerpt, describing Kim Ki Duk’s film, starring JKS:

“…cinematic dystopias and allegories of reality are featured in Kim Ki-duk’s Inkan, gongkan, sikan grigo inkan (Human, Space, Time and Human), in which individuals of widely differing backgrounds assembled on a warship develop a bestial need for patriarchal domination.

As a result of the synchronization between the website and the Berlinale apps (Android & iOS), the watch list remains up-to-date across multiple devices. However, reviews, etc, will not be available until 30 minutes after screening has begun.

Meanwhile, Movie Magic headlines their story of the line at the Berlin Film Festival with a photo from the Human, Time, Space, and Humanity before listing all the films selected for the Panaorama section of the Film Festival.

Given Kim Ki Duk;s international reputation for controversial and thought provoking films, it’s no surprise that his latest film - especially one with such a star studded cast of really professional actors - headlines all the stories about the Berlin Film Festival.


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