Tagged: gianna jun (jun ji-hyun)
For the current on-going edition of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, I put together a list of movies from -almost- all the countries participating in the event.
Surprises? Upsets? Some missing?
Remakes of well-loved movies are rarely greeted with wild enthusiasm. There is something to be said for an updated take on a classic though.
We’re already more than halfway through 2014, so it was time to revisit my favorite movies of last year.
So… who made the list and who didn’t. In what positions were my biases placed?
Customary end of the year list I do for Cinencuentro, with my record-breaking 120 films.
South Korea is doing better non-Bourne movies better than The Bourne Legacy did, as we follow a North Korean agent in Berlin during a political power struggle.
The 4th edition of this annual showcase of the best and latest in Korean cinema is about to begin!
Nina and Sophia are two lifelong friends who aren’t speaking to each other any longer, until the day Sophia ends up in a coma and Nina discovers she’s been writing the story of Snow Flower and Lily.
Based on the 2005 novel of the same name, written by Lisa See, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan tells the story of two women — Lily and Snow Flower — bonded by a relationship of eternal companionship in 19th century China.