Dear Friends and Colleagues,
We are proud to announce that <Green Chair> directed by PARK Chul-soo has been selected in Berlin Int’l Film Festival at Panorama Section after its successful screenings at Sundance (Find the screening information below). Together with <Green Chair>, we would like to take this opportunity to announce strong new titles to our line-up and the screening schedules at Berlin.
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2005 Berlin Film Festival, Panorama
Directed by PARK Chul-soo 98 min. / 2004 / Drama / Korea
Cast: Suh Jung (‘The Isle’ ‘Spider Forrest’), SHIM Ji-ho
Screening - Feb. 12 / 23:00 / Colosseum
Feb. 18 / 21:30 / Zoo Palast 1
Feb. 19 / 13:30 / CinemaxX 7
From the acclaimed director <301, 302>
After being arrested and sentenced to community service for corrupting a minor, beautiful, enigmatic Moon-hee(SUH Jung) attempts to ditch handsome young Hyun. But Hyun refuses to disappear, and the two, magnetically drawn together, go on the lam, escaping to a hotel room where they rapturously discover each other through sex that is as raw and intimate as any seen on screen. As the film progresses, so, too, does their trust in each other and their confidence in their unorthodox choices. PARK brings an extraordinary intelligence, sensitivity, and spirited lightness to the story of an egalitarian relationship that continuously defies expectation as the lovers test the frontiers of sensation, communicate in ineffable ways, and improvise an unconventional family.
Full of stylistic surprises and magical moments, Green Chair is a celebration of living in the moment and a profound meditation on maturity and innocence.— Caroline Libresco from Sundance 2005
Directed by KIM Dong-bin(‘Ring’ Korea) TBA / 2005 / Horror / Korea
Cast: JANG Shin-young(‘Springtime’), SONG Il-kuk
Market Screening - Feb 10 / 14:00 / Cine Star 6
Feb 11 / 13:30 / Cine Star 6
A ride to your unforgettable tragedy
Life is a train heading to the last station called Death.
2004. 07.16 11:50 pm. The last train… Unforgettable tragedy will begin.
On July 16, 1988, a train accident which drives 100 people to death occurs. Without finding the cause or the accident, the case becomes a mystery and soon gets forgotten.
After 16 years of the accident, the last train of the day is ready to take off at its platform as the rain is pouring. A train attendant Mi-sun is on board first time at work and the train leaves its platform as scheduled and rapidly gains the full speed. All of sudden, it stops for 10 minutes without any reason, and restarts. However, when it begins to run, everything is totally different from 10 minutes ago. All she can see is from the 80’s and old newspaper with the date written July 16, 1988. Does she see an illusion, or reality? If this unbelievable scene is reality, where is she indeed? What happened during the 10 minutes when the train stopped and where are they headed to?
Directed by YIM Phil-sung TBA / 2005 / Adventure Thriller / Korea
Cast: SONG Kang-ho(‘Memories of Murder’) , YU Ji-tae(‘Old Boy’)
Point of Impossibility, Where the Antarctic becomes Madness
Led by a charismatic team leader, CHOI Do-hyung(SONG Kang-ho), a six-men expedition team tries to reach the unreachable point in the Antarctic. Marching through the endless snow, they come across with an ANTARCTIC JOURNAL, written by a British 80 years ago. From the moment they find the journal, strange things start to happen to them, and end up with losing 2 members and equipment not working. However, with the leader’s obsession, an exhausting expedition continues to conquering the unreachable. and they begin to experience the same things described in the journal….
Directed By KUROSAWA Kiyoshi (‘Cure’, ‘Bright Future’) TBA / 2005 / Thriller / Korea, Japan
Cast: NAKATANI Miki(‘Ring’), TOYOKAWA Etsushi(‘Love Letter’)
PPP Pusan Award at Pusan International Film Festival
The place where secrets of death are hidden….Loft
A prize-winning writer, Reiko(NAKATANI Miki), moves to a quiet sub-urban house to finish up her new novel with a help of the editor. That night while sleeping, she sees a man in the storage room transporting an object that is wrapped in cloth. She soon finds out that he is a renowned archaeologist, Professor Yoshioka(TOYOKAWA Etsushi), researching ancient mummies, and that object was a recently discovered mummy. Working late on her book, Leiko witnesses a ghost and finds out that her room once belonged to a woman who had been missing for a while. This brings unexplainable fear to Leiko as she starts to uncover more stories from the past.
Directed by Andrew Christopher ERIN TBA / 2005 / Adventure Thriller / U.S.A.
Cast: Fay Masterson (‘Rancid’), William Fregory LEE (‘Dark Angel’)
In the quaint area near the lake, an escaped psychiatric patient makes his way through the surroundings wilderness, back to his childhood home, slaughtering his family in their sleep, and disappearing into the woods never to be found. Many years later the horrifying massacre has turned legend as disappearances haunt the surrounding towns. Sam(Fay Masterson), a young woman who, every summer, returns home to the secluded lakeside cottage where she grew up. There she reconnects with her traditions, old friends and memories of the past. This year, a group of hip, young urbanites, Kate(Sandrine Holt), Franklin(Stephen Bishop), Melanie(Megan Fahlenbock) and Dominik(Salvatore Antonio) join Sam on her annual trip. But when Sam and her friend Jesse(William Gregory Lee), a local to the area, take the group on an adventure to revisit the site of the murder they all come face to face with the terrifying legend of 'Sam's Lake'.
My Boyfriend is Type B
Directed by CHOI Suk-won TBA / 2005 / Romantic Comedy / Korea
Cast: LEE Dong-gun(‘Lovers in Paris’, ‘Sweet 18’) , HAN Ji-hye(‘‘Summer Scent’, ‘Sweet 18’)
Have you ever fell in love with B type Guy?
Hami(HAN Ji-hye) is a college student, who believes in predestined love. One day she meets Young-bin(LEE Dong-gun) on the street and instantly feels that he is the one. However, Young-bin is such a heartthrob and his blood type is ‘B’, which is believed as the must-avoidable type by many women! Despite her cousin’s objection, Ha-mi falls for him because of his aggressive wooing.
At first, Young-bin grabs Ha-mi’s heart by various special events. However, as Time goes by, Ha-mi gets hurt twist-minded and selfish Young-bin and decides to break up with him…
Directed by NOH Dong-seok 2004 / Drama / Korea
Cast: KIM Byung-suk , KIM Jae-kyung
2005 Rotterdam International Film Festival
Happiness is getting more expensive.… Will I be able to afford it?
Byung-suk and Jae-Kyung are old lovers, Byung-suk, who wishes to be a movie director can do nothing but to earn money by worthless part-time jobs. To make the matters worse, Byung-suk is driven to pay for his brother’s debt.
Never have had decent jobs, Jae-kyung gets fired on the first day of work just because her gloomy looks. Same as Byung-suk, Jae-Kyung earns debt by starting internet home-shopping. Byung-suk scolds her but tries to payback her debts by selling his only one camera, meanwhile, Jae-kyung gets an illegal loan to help Byung-suk.