Oasis
Oasiseu
South Korea, 2002, 132 minutes, SD
Have you really loved someone?
Oasis Synopsis

Combining fantasy with stark realism, Lee Chang-Dong's (Poetry, Peppermint Candy, Secret Sunshine) magnificent film is both beautiful and tragic as it explores the theory issue of how people with disabilities are marginalised. Stars Sol Kyung-Gu and Moon So-Ri give their finest performances as the mentally ill ex-con Jong-Do (Sol) who falls for a young woman with cerebral palsy (Moon), would-be lovers who are sidelined by society.

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  • I've watched Peppermint Candy, Lee Chang-dong gets better each movie. I loved the story. The actors were brilliant.

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  • I've watched Peppermint Candy, Lee Chang-dong gets better each movie. I loved the story. The actors were brilliant.
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  • So rare to watch a film that handles disability in such a realist, magical and touching manner.

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  • So rare to watch a film that handles disability in such a realist, magical and touching manner.
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