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Outdoor Movie Night!

This is the last week for the outdoor film series at Socrates Sculpture Park. Bring a snack/drink to share, or just your lovely RPCV self!

I plan on getting there around 7 to grab a spot. My phone number is[masked] for those coming so you can text me to see where we are sitting.

Presented in cooperation with the Korea Society
2003, 103 mins. Diricted by Kim ki-duk. Though all the action takes place in a tranquil and isolated Buddhist monastery, Kim ki-duk's ninth feature abounds with tension and sensuality. Tracing the story of a monk from his youth as a child protégé into adulthood, and his battles with desire, anger, and cruelty along the way, the film mirrors the struggle to be human in the modern world. With spectacular landscape photography, and pacing that echoes the joys and sorrows of life, this classic of the New Korean Cinema is not to be missed on the big (outdoor) screen. (Rated R)

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