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Park Chan Wook

  1. vulture lists
    15 Great Movies to Get You Started With South Korean HorrorFrom Whispering Corridors to The Wailing.
  2. a long talk
    The Face of Korean Cinema Is Anxious, Afraid, and Full of MetaphorsSong Kang-ho on Parasite and the exquisite, existential pain of acting.
  3. overnights
    The Little Drummer Girl Premiere Recap: A Star Is BornThe John le Carré adaptation kicks off as a spymaster recruits an unwitting heroine in his dramatic plot to take down a terrorist.
  4. overnights
    The Little Drummer Girl Recap: Two PrisonersSalim and Charlie’s respective imprisonments invite us to interrogate the similarities and differences of their situations.
  5. tv review
    The Little Drummer Girl Is Dazzling, But BloodlessPark Chan-wook’s adaptation of the John le Carré spy novel is a lavishly produced, intelligent, tasteful mixed bag.
  6. vulture lists
    Vulture Asks: What Are the Best Revenge Movies?Perfect for former — and soon-to-be-former — members of the Trump administration.
  7. movies
    How Do You Direct a Sex Scene? 10 Directors Tell Their SecretsWith wild tales from Bridesmaids, Showgirls, American Psycho, and more.
  8. movie review
    Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden Is the Year’s Most Twisted RomanceThe surface is classical, but the perversity bubbles up from beneath.
  9. trailer mix
    Cannes Sensation The Handmaiden Has a TrailerIn theaters October 19!
  10. cannes 2016
    The Korean Gothic Lesbian Revenge Thriller That’s Captivated CannesIt’s from Oldboy director Park Chan-Wook, and, yes, as is his trademark, somebody loses a body part.
  11. side by side
    The Differences Between Spike Lee’s Oldboy and the Original OldboyLess octopus, for one.
  12. primer
    Director Park Chan-wook: Six Movies to WatchThe following works are required viewing.
  13. movie review
    Edelstein on Stoker: No Sympathy for This Lady VengeanceThe first English-language film from Oldboy director Park Chan-wook.
  14. vulture picture palace
    Park Chan-wook Recounts a Worse-Than-Usual Day at the MorgueIt’s as if Jean-Paul Sartre and Rod Serling got together and hijacked a Roland Emmerich film.