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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Another Upspring of Korean Cinema

The Man with Three Coffins

 

Director_ LEE Jang-ho
 
Korea 1987 105min DCP color feature Fiction
Review

This is a poetic allegory on the loss in the age of division. While the film crosses different times, one actor plays multiple characters. It looks like a product of unconscious, automatic writing. Who is who or how the story develops aren’t important. People with deep scars go on a journey to shake off their bad luck and examine their scars carefully. The wounds of people and scenery leave strong images to the audience. The unconsciousness of the time met a genius artist Lee Jang-ho and engraved dreamy images on screen in a miraculous way. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorLEE Jang-ho
  • ProducerLEE Jang-ho
  • CinematographyPARK Seung-bae
  • MusicYI Zong-gu, LEE Je-ha
  • EditorHYEON Dong-chun
  • SoundKIM Byung-soo
CastLEE Bo-hee, KIM Myung-kon, KO Seol-bong, CHU Seok-yang
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
LEE Jang-ho
 
Born in 1945. He worked since 1960's to nowadays. His most notable films include Heavenly homecoming to stars (1974), A fine, Windy day (1980), Declaration of Genius (1995).
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