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What’s Korean Cinema? 54 – Memento Mori

The Whispering Corridors-series had wind in its sails commercially but rather than do a year later in the same all-girls school follow-up, the makers decided to create a thread for the series based on similar setting and supernatural elements but not story. So for 1999’s Memento Mori, spooky and heart-breaking stuff is back but also something controversial. With Kenny B and Paul Quinn of Hangul Celluloid.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/LGBT content and controversy
37m 08s – Box office, awards, notes on the directors
52m 33s – Memento Mori review.

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Memento Mori – Trailer
The Call – Hangul Celluloid review
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What’s Korean Cinema? 50 – Volcano High
What’s Korean Cinema? 53 – Whispering Corridors
What’s Korean Cinema? 52 – The Ring Virus

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