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Park Chan Wook

  1. adaptations
    Park Chan-wook to Direct TV Adaptation of The SympathizerFrom the novel by Viet Thanh Nguyen.
  2. vulture lists
    15 Great Movies to Get You Started With South Korean HorrorFrom Whispering Corridors to The Wailing.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. overnights
    The Little Drummer Girl Recap: Two PrisonersSalim and Charlie’s respective imprisonments invite us to interrogate the similarities and differences of their situations.
  6. 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.
  7. vulture lists
    Vulture Asks: What Are the Best Revenge Movies?Perfect for former — and soon-to-be-former — members of the Trump administration.
  8. movies
    How Do You Direct a Sex Scene? 10 Directors Tell Their SecretsWith wild tales from Bridesmaids, Showgirls, American Psycho, and more.
  9. 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.
  10. trailer mix
    Cannes Sensation The Handmaiden Has a TrailerIn theaters October 19!
  11. 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.
  12. side by side
    The Differences Between Spike Lee’s Oldboy and the Original OldboyLess octopus, for one.
  13. primer
    Director Park Chan-wook: Six Movies to WatchThe following works are required viewing.
  14. movie review
    Edelstein on Stoker: No Sympathy for This Lady VengeanceThe first English-language film from Oldboy director Park Chan-wook.
  15. 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.