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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by nikkareyes PH / Joined nikkareyes 2016
Arirang
Arirang
Arirang
South Korea, 2011, 100 minutes, SD Documentary, Asian, Arthouse
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11.07.16
Director Kim ki-duk gets really sincere and personal with this documentary, a  very sincere part of him revealed. As one of the renowned directors in recent years, he gets really emotional here and expresses his feelings in a no-holds barred fashion. Traumatized for a near-death experience while filming a movie, he goes into reclusion for 3 years,  quite a feat and a long time to be alone. With the help of his interviewer self he bares all and viewers get a bird's eye view of his thoughts and realizations.  This film won the Un certain regard award from Cannes Film Festival,  another feather to Kim ki-duk's cap,  a creative result out of the outpourings of his sufferings and frustrations. 
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