Burning (OmU)

A film by Lee Chang-dong. In Korean with Ger­man sub­tit­les.

[Credits] [Ter­mi­ne] [Trai­ler]

Male rage bla­zes a chil­ling trail on the Korean bor­der. Sex, envy and pyro­ma­nia make for a rive­ting mys­te­ry in Lee Chang-dong’s mas­ter­ful­ly craf­ted Mura­ka­mi adap­tati­on. Lee Chang-dong’s Bur­ning is a super­b­ly shot and sen­suous­ly scored movie, a mys­te­ry thril­ler about obses­si­ve love taken from a short sto­ry by Haru­ki Mura­ka­mi. It’s a psy­cho­lo­gi­cal dra­ma set in the modern con­su­me­rist Korea of the call­ous Gang­nam-style rich and poor young peop­le who often go invi­si­b­ly to ground, pur­sued by credit-card debt.“ (Peter Brad­shaw, The Guar­di­an)


Süd­ko­rea 2018, 148 Min., Korea­ni­sche OmU
Regie: Lee Chang-dong
Buch: Haru­ki Mura­ka­mi, Lee Chang-dong, Jung­mi Oh
Kame­ra: Kyung-Pyo Hong
Schnitt: Da-won Kim, Hyun Kim
mit: Ah-in Yoo, Ste­ven Yeun, Jong-seo Jeon, Joong-ok Lee, Ja-Yeon Ok


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