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Studio Night (January 20th): South Korea

South Korean film returns to Studio Night! Make sure to arrive by 7:15PM if you'd like to help us choose one of the options (which all have English subtitles)...

Oasis 오아시스 (trailer)
2002; drama; 2 hours 13 minutes
The story of the difficult and unlikely romance between a mildly mentally disabled man and a woman with severe cerebral palsy. A daring film that challenges conventional notions of relationships.

Memories of Murder 살인의 추억 (trailer)
2003; crime thriller; 2 hours 9 minutes
In 1986, when a series of unsolved murders rocks a small village, two incompetent local investigators are joined by a hot-shot from Seoul in a desperate race to find the killer. Based on a true story.

My Sassy Girl 엽기적인 그녀 (trailer)
2001; comedy romance; 2 hours 3 minutes
A boy, after helping a drunk, unruly girl he encounters by chance, begins an outrageous roller-coaster-ride of a relationship. Based on a true story.

Shiri 쉬리 (trailer)
1999; action thriller; 2 hours 5 minutes
A North Korean spy infiltrates the south to set events in motion that will lead to the submission of the South to hegemonic control. The first big-budget blockbuster to be produced by the modern Korean film industry.


We're in the basement of the Hong Kong Brewhouse, our usual venue, which provides plenty of food and drink for you to enjoy with the film.

Some previous films shown on Studio Night:

[masked] Delicatessen 1991; France
[masked] Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan2007; Russia
[masked] Delusions of Grandeur 1971; France
[masked] Waking Ned Devine 1998; UK/France
[masked] Mad Detective 2007; Hong Kong
[masked] Home 2009; France
[masked] My Wife is 18 2002; Hong Kong
[masked] The Good, The Bad, The Weird 2008; Korea
[masked] Mr. Nobody 2009; Belgium
[masked] Princess Mononoke 1997; Japan
[masked] Arthur 1981; USA
[masked] Bad Education 2004; Spain
[masked] THX-1138 1971; USA
[masked] The Deer Hunter 1978; USA
[masked] Everything You Always Wanted...1972; USA
[masked] I Heart Huckabees 2004; USA
[masked] Sunday Morning in Victoria Park2012; Indonesia
[masked] Urbanized 2011; USA
[masked] Jaws 1975; USA
[masked] God of Gamblers 1989; Hong Kong
[masked] The Maltese Falcon 1941; USA
[masked] City of God 2002; Brazil
[masked] A Matter of Size 2009; Israel
[masked] Manufactured Landscapes 2006; Canada
[masked] Let the Bullets Fly 2010; China
[masked] Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon2000; Taiwan
[masked] Gandhi 1982; UK
[masked] Infernal Affairs 2002; Hong Kong

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  • Gray

    We watched "Memories of Murder" (2003)

    January 20, 2013

  • Danielle

    I lived in South Korea for 3 years and always enjoyed the Korean movies. I have quite a few if the person hosting needs more ideas.

    1 · January 15, 2013

    • Gray

      Hi, Danielle! This is excellent! I won't need any for this particular event, but I'm sure I'll be hosting more South-Korean-themed events in the future, and I'd love to hear your recommendations (and perhaps borrow from your collection). Thanks!

      1 · January 15, 2013

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