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Blogs >> FLIX! >> Review: MOEBIUS South Korean director Kim Ki-Duk's new film is his most controversial to date Following up last years Pieta, South Korean writer-director Kim Ki-Duk's new film is dark and disturbing with taboo subjects like castration, rape, and incest.
'Moebius' silently shows a soap opera from Hell
Internationally acclaimed South Korean director Kim Ki-duk had to make cuts to his latest film, "Moebius" - which portrays incest, castration and sadomasochistic acts - so it could be shown in his own country.
Tate Taylor's biopic of James Brown is frustratingly mainstream and safe. Chadwick Boseman makes a great James Brown, and all your favorite songs are represented.
Korean films headed to Venice Film Festival
Korean director Hong Sang-soo's film "Hill of Freedom" will be competing at the Venice Film Festival in the "Horizons Sections," dedicated to a score of cutting-edge films, the festival's organizers said Thursday as they unveiled this year's lineup.
Venice Days Sidebar Includes Shawn Christensen, Laurent Cantet, Kim Ki-Duk
Ahead of Thursday's announcement of the Venice Film Festival competition lineup, the parallel Venice Days section has presented its roster.