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Salinui chueok  (Memories of Murder)

South Korea  ·  2003  ·  DCP  ·  Color  ·  132'  ·  o.v. Korean

Hwaseong, 1986. Following a series of unsolved murder cases, the local police is flanked by an inspector from Seoul, who investigates the common elements within the crimes.


Widely regarded as a masterwork of Korean cinema, it’s that rare film that so accurately captures the social and political reality of a country and a time period, that is to say Korea on the eve of major political and economic upheaval. Working for the first time with Song Kang-ho, Bong delivers, under the guise of a thriller that embraces and simultaneously subverts genre conventions, a masterful film that signals what is to come.

Jérémy Segay
Screenings
Monday 12 | 8 | 2019  ·  21:30  ·  Piazza Grande  ·  Sub. English
Director
BONG Joon-ho
Cast
SONG Kang-ho KIM Sang-kyung PARK Hae-il
Producer
TCHA Sung-Jai
Executive producer
LEE Kang-bok
Cinematography
KIM Hyung-ku
Music
IWASHIRO Taro
Screenplay adapted by
SHIM Sung-bo, BONG Joon-ho
Based on a literary work by
KIM Gwang-rim
Editing
KIM Sun-min
Production
Sidus FNH
World Sales
CJ Entertainment

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