July 32nd: “July 32nd” is a grim Korean indie drama directed by Jin Seung Hyun and based upon the short story “Full Moon” by acclaimed writer Ko Un. The film really isn’t a very happy affair, dealing with themes of abandonment, revenge, loneliness and prostitution in an even handed and down to earth manner. As things stand, the film is a fine slice of indie miserablist cinema, which though harrowing and pessimistic almost to a fault is nevertheless one of the more gripping and painfully human dramas of late.
|Released:||March 01, 2010|
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