March 6, 2012 Leave a comment
Kim Ki-duk is one of my favorite Korean Directors out there. If you are one of the fans of the “art-house” genre of filmmkaing, Kim Ki-duk is by far and away one of the most unique visual and story telling directors around. I have seen about half of his films before and even talked about 3-Iron a while back, but one of things that seems to grab me about his films is that while they are visually pleasing, he often says so much with so little dialogue. It is one of things that I admire about him, the fact that his pull you in with a strong emotional connection and they characters never have to say anything. Visually arresting films and serene, emotional acting are the hallmarks of Kim Ki-duk’s career.