What’s Korean Cinema? 20 – Secret Sunshine

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From a director who makes the most out of his sporadic filmmaking, we find Lee Chang-dong directing a lead performance with enough acting for 3 movies. So is his 140 minute drama Secret Sunshine from 2007, about grief, belief and emotional trauma worth the investment. Or do we need to watch vidoes of puppies to cleanse? Find out with Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid‘s Paul Quinn.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Lee Chang-dong bio & discission
28m 52s – Song Kang-ho and Yeon Do-jeon discussion
36m 10s – Secret Sunshine review

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What’s Korean Cinema? at Stitcher
sogoodreviews.com
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Hangul Celluloid on Twitter and Facebook
Secret Sunshine – Hangul Celluloid review
What’s Korean Cinema? 13 – Chilsu And Mansu & Nowhere To Hide
Park Kwang-su – Hangul Celluloid interview
Oasis – Podcast On Fire review
Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 23: The Housemaid (2010)

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