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Yoo Ji-tae

“Projects that are exposed a lot to the audience is important, but sincere acting in order to create my own story as an actor is what is more important to me. I have my own standards and I choose projects to challenge myself.”

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    LADY VENGEANCE

    Park Chan-wook South Korea, 2005

    South Korea’s Park Chan-wook ended his “Vengeance Trilogy” in style (and to great blockbuster success) with this characteristically twisted, baroque thriller, whose Lee Young-ae will forever haunt our dreams. A beautiful trip to the dark side, and the end of the series’ rocky road towards salvation.

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    WOMAN IS THE FUTURE OF MAN

    Hong Sang-soo South Korea, 2004

    Hong Sang-soo’s delicate and tranquil Woman Is the Future of Man was the Korean master’s first feature to open theatrically in the U.S. following its Cannes premiere. A melancholic story of memory and longing, Hong uses his measured touch and mosaic of viewpoints to unearth candid human emotions.

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