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Korean Film Festival: I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Okay (싸이보그지만 괜찮아)

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Variety’s Derek Elley calls I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Okay “witty, playful, romantic, tragic … a whole chocolate box of emotions.” Veering away from the stylized violence of such films as Oldboy and Lady Vengeance, director Park Chan-wook takes a lighter turn with this whimsical tale of love. It unfolds in a mental institution, between a boy who thinks he’s disappearing (played by Korean pop star Rain) and a girl who thinks she’s a robot (Lim Su-jeong of Happiness and All About My Wife). Park’s genius for color and visual design is evident throughout this poignant, playful, pastel-hued romance. (Dir.: Park Chan-wook, Korea, 2006, 105 min., Korean with English subtitles)

Genre: Romantic Comedy
Cost: $11.50
Time: 9:15 pm
Location: Colesville Road & Georgia Ave
Metro: Silver Spring Station (red line), 2nd/Wayne Ave Exit; Walk towards Discovery Communications building & 1 block past Georgia Ave it will be on the right
Parking: Wayne Avenue Parking Garage is free on Weekends and after 8pm weekdays. Notes: Seating is first come, first serve so arriving early so that we can sit together.

All Showings:
Tuesday, April 9, 7 pm, AFI ($11.50)
Wednesday, April 10, 9:15 pm, AFI ($11.50)

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  • Former member

    Former member

    Since it's a school night, earlier showing on tues would work better if anyone else is interested.

    5 years ago