Films by Language


In Another Country

Da-reun na-ra-e-suh

Hong Sang-soo

Direct from Cannes. Arthouse superstar Isabelle Huppert meets Korean cult director Hong Sang-soo in three amusing tales of potentially romantic encounters, each starring Huppert as a French woman visiting a small Korean resort.

The King of Pigs

Dae gi eui wang

Yeun Sang-ho

Adults-only anime from Korea immerses us in a world of bullying at school – and after. “Mightily provocative in its representation of human debasement, this satire on class inequality burns like acid.” — Hollywood Reporter

Planet of Snail

Seung-Jun Yi

Top prize winner at the Amsterdam Doc Festival, this exquisite Korean film follows the daily routine of a deaf-blind man and his tiny wife. “Cinematic love stories don’t come more convincing or singular than this.” — Village Voice

The Taste of Money

Do-nui mat

Im Sang-soo

Direct from Competition in Cannes. “The arrogance of wealth and power is seen through the eyes of a family employee in [this] stylish follow-up to The Housemaid.” — Hollywood Reporter

Young Gun in the Time

Yeong-geon tam-jeong-sa-mu-so

Oh Young-doo

A far-out double feature from the Far East. Body horror from Japan (Henge) plus a hapless one-handed Korean detective on the search for a unique timepiece that may or may not be able to alter time itself (Young Gun in the Time).