Filmfest
#FFHH19
26.9. - 5.10.2019
Hamburg

Moebius South Korea 2013 | 91 min | OV with English subtitles | Colour | FF 2013

Kim Ki-duk

Kim Ki-duk (1960) is the best-known film auteur in Korea and won the Douglas Sirk Award in 2012. His films The Isle (2000), Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and... Spring (2003), Pieta (2012) and Moebius (2013) have all been shown at Filmfest Hamburg.

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A more oppressive family life is hard to imagine: the husband is unfaithful, making the wife a seething mass of rage and the son is as uninterested in his parents' destructive relationship as they are in his life. One last provocative act by the husband is enough to tip his wife over the edge. The son has to pay for the sins of the father. Kim Ki-duk's hitherto most radical work is a dark lesson in the eternal human epiphenomena of desire, guilt, violence -- subjects characteristic of his films. Kim has made a symbol-laden film without dialogue, reminiscent of ancient Greek tragedy, with little room for hope.
Orig. Title: Moebius
Filmtype: Fiction Feature
Original language: Korean
Section: Asia Express
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Director: Kim Ki-duk
Screenplay: Kim Ki-duk
Cast: Cho Jae-hyun, Lee Eun-woo, Seo Young-ju
Producer: Kim Soon-mo
Sprachfassung: OV with English subtitles
Music: Park In-young
Camera: Kim Ki-duk
Set Designer: Hong Zi
Cutter: Kim Ki-duk
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Format: dcp
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World Sales: Finecut
Production: Kim Ki-duk Film
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