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  • ...<strong>s</strong> of what actually happened, the director turn<strong>s</strong> to elaborately constructed clay figurine <strong>s</strong>et<strong>s</strong> to build hi<strong>s</strong> memorie<strong>s</strong>, <strong>s</strong>howing everything from the happy time<strong>s</strong> he <strong>s</strong>hared with hi<strong>s</strong> family to the horror that befell hi<strong>s</strong> country from 1975 to 1979. “The Missing Picture” won the Un Certain Regard <strong>s</strong>ection at the 2013 Canne<strong>s</strong> Film Festival and ha<strong>s</strong> been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film honor<strong>s</strong> at the 2014 Academy Award<strong>s</strong>.  The Oscar nomination i<strong>s</strong> the fir...

    A Rithy Panh interview: “The Missing Picture” and Cambodian cinema

    Yuan-Kwan Chan ...s of what actually happened, the director turns to elaborately constructed clay figurine sets to build his memories, showing everything from the happy times he shared with his family to the horror that befell his country from 1975 to 1979. “The Missing Picture” won the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and has been nominated for Best Foreign Language Film honors at the 2014 Academy Awards.  The Oscar nomination is the fir...

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  • The oeuvre of Park Chan-wook <strong>s</strong>eem<strong>s</strong> designed to confound auteurist<strong>s</strong> looking for a consistent directorial <strong>s</strong>ignature. He followed up the little-<strong>s</strong>een “The Moon i<strong>s</strong> What the <strong>S</strong>un Dream<strong>s</strong> Of” and “Threesome” with the massive blockbuster “Joint <strong>S</strong>ecurity Area,” the grim “<strong>S</strong>ympathy for Mr. Vengeance,” and continued hi<strong>s s</strong>o-called “revenge trilogy” with “Oldboy” and “Lady Vengeance.” Park’<strong>s</strong> new film, the <strong>s</strong>weet and delightfully oddball romance “I’m a Cyborg, Bu...

    “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK” – 2007 New York Asian Film Festival Review

    Christopher Bourne The oeuvre of Park Chan-wook seems designed to confound auteurists looking for a consistent directorial signature. He followed up the little-seen “The Moon is What the Sun Dreams Of” and “Threesome” with the massive blockbuster “Joint Security Area,” the grim “Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance,” and continued his so-called “revenge trilogy” with “Oldboy” and “Lady Vengeance.” Park’s new film, the sweet and delightfully oddball romance “I’m a Cyborg, Bu...

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