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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Wild at Heart

The Duelist

 

Director_ LEE Myung-se
 
Korea 2005 113min 35mm color feature Fiction
Review

A formalist director Lee’s talents and determination were in full bloom in this film. The whole film is filled with galloping energy. His aesthetics of excess ignores any story and dynamic of rhythm but soars to the emotional decibel level with no limit. A film is equal to space and time. It is an art that engraves space through time. Lee thinks upside down. He meditates time through space. Both explicitly and directly, the film claims that a film is a “moving picture.” It is a pure cinema which leaves nothing but the collision of lines and planes, and harmony. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorLEE Myung-se
  • ScreenplayLEE Myung-se, LEE Hae-kyung
  • ProducerOH Eunsil, OH Su-mi
  • CinematographyHWANG Ki-seok
  • MusicJO Sung-woo
  • EditorKO Im-pyo
  • Art DirectorJO Geun-hyeon, LEE Hyeong-ju
CastHA Ji-won, GANG Dong-won, AHN Sung-ki, SONG Young-chang
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
LEE Myung-se
 
Born in 1957. He debuted with feature film Gagman (1988). His most notable films include My Bride My Love (1990), Nowhere To Hide (1999).
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