What’s Korean Cinema? 35 – My Heart

Director Bae Chang-ho does picture esque slice of village life of a hundred years ago or so in a rather unremarkable remarkable film called My Heart from 1999. Featuring the adventures of Bag lady and Pot Boy. Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid break it all down for you. Includes the story of Paul meeting the very chatty director.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Bae Chang-ho bio/discussion.
42m 00s – My Heart review.

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Bae Chang-ho interview – Hangul Celluloid
My Heart review – Hangul Celluloid
What’s Korean Cinema? 27 – Declaration Of Idiot
What’s Korean Cinema? 31 – The Road To Sampo
What’s Korean Cinema? 17 – Sopyonje

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