Korean Noir

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Korean Noir, Illuminating the Dark Side of Society presents key films whose ‘noirness’ has generated critical debate. The programme hopes to offer an overview of how Korean film noir from different periods has adopted and/or paid homage to the canon of film noir whilst at the same time reflecting the particular conventions of Korean culture and its cinema.

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    Geomeun meori

    1964 — a.k.a. Black Hair, in 2 top lists Check
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    Choihui jeungin

    1980 — a.k.a. Last Witness, in 1 top list Check
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    Bimyong tosi

    1993, in 0 top lists Check
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    Gameui beobjig

    1994, in 1 top list Check
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    Chorok mulkogi

    1997 — a.k.a. Green Fish, in 2 top lists Check
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    Injeong sajeong bol geot eobtda

    1999 — a.k.a. Nowhere to Hide, in 2 top lists Check
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    Kilimanjaro

    2000, in 0 top lists Check
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    Jukgeona hokeun nabbeugeona

    2000 — a.k.a. Die Bad, in 2 top lists Check
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    Dalkomhan insaeng

    2005 — a.k.a. A Bittersweet Life, in 1 top list Check
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    Biyeolhan geori

    2006 — a.k.a. A Dirty Carnival, in 0 top lists Check
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    Sinsegye

    2013 — a.k.a. New World, in 0 top lists Check
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    Cha-i-na-ta-un

    2015 — a.k.a. Coin Locker Girl, in 0 top lists Check
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    Bulhandang

    2017 — a.k.a. The Merciless, in 0 top lists
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