The Man From Nowhere to open The London Korean Film Festival 2010

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The Man From Nowhere to open The London Korean Film Festival 2010
The 5th London Korean Film Festival returns this year on the 5th November with a showcase of 21screenings at 3 venues across London. So if you're in the mood for new work from the country that brought us recent wonders such as Old Boy, Mother and A Bittersweet Life then what better place to sample them than amongst some similarly enthused cinema-goers.

Though primarily at the ICA this year, the festival opens at the Odeon West End with Lee Jeong-beom's revenge thriller The Man From Nowhere, followed by Kim Jee-woon's much lauded and bloody I Saw The Devil, both complete with director Q&As.

Closing the festival is Im Sang-soo's remake of the classic 1960s drama, The Housemaid, whilst inbetween there's a Jang Jin retrospective, the Frightfest-screened revenge shocker Bedevilled and the mystery thriller Bestseller (already slated for a US remake...)

You can buy see the full programme and buy tickets here, plus check out the festival trailer below.

The London Korean Film Festival runs from 5th to 14th November 2010 at the Odeon West End, ICA and Apollo Picadilly.


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