Sunday, October 3, 2010

Korean Movie: 3-Iron

Warning: Content not suitable for minors!

Movies that are slightly weird and one of a kind always fascinate me. Even if the movie itself kinda makes me rack my brain up in order for me to fully grasp its meaning or it delves on confusing metaphors, I'd still watch it. Weird movie stimulates my brain and at the same time gives me something to chew on, long after the movie ends. These days, I seldom buying myself DVDs. Instead, I trawl the net or any other movie streaming sites that I could readily find in the net.

As such, I found one of the 'just my taste' movie. No other than one of the South Korean's finest Director, Kim Ki-duk's. This 2004 award winning movie, Binjip (Empty House, alternate title 3-Iron) had won several prizes and special director's award during the 2004 Venice Film Festival. I was blown away! Why? Simply because the male protagonist literally didn't utter a single word of dialogues throughout the entire movie but his facial expressions and body languages were enough to make this movie an intriguing watch! I am not going to write a review of this film. For review and synopsis, you may read them here.

So, enjoy the movie.. oh yeah, the OST was ahh-mazing too. It featured Belgian-Arab singer,  Natacha Atlas' Gafsa. 
Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

Part 8

Part 9

Final part...

So, how was it? For me, it's fantastic!

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