Posts Tagged ‘Springtime’

What’s Korean Cinema? 36 – Springtime

Choi Min-sik may say he’s a bad guy in Springtime but this is as far removed from any scenes involving hammers or eating live animals on screen. No, Choi Min-sik gets taken down a notch, brought into warmth in Ryu Jang-ha’s 2004 drama. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Ryu Jang-ha bio/discussion.
18m 33s – Choi Min-sik bio/discussion.
47m 35s – Springtime review.

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Podcast On Fire 250: Shock Wave

The versatile, productive and often always interesting Herman Yau can work any genre and for 2017’s Shock Wave, he gives us Andy Lau’s bomb disposal officer vs Mainland terrorists out for revenge. Kenny B goes solo and also shares some recent viewing- and gaming experiences. Including thoughts on the conclusion of a long anime TV-series.

Shock Wave is out now on dvd and digital in the UK from CineAsia.

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