Korean movie – TIGER: AN OLD HUNTER’S TALE – out on dual format Dvd/Blu ray

TIGER.jpgTIGER: AN OLD HUNTER’S TALE (15) 2015 KOREA HOON-JUNG, PARK DUAL FORMAT DVD/BLU RAY £15.99
After the death of his wife, hunter Man-duk decides to become a herb gatherer living in the mountains with his son. However when a Japanese soldiers arrives with a mission to find a legendary great tiger, Man-duk decides to join him in a quest for redemption and closure.

Set during the Japanese occupation of Korea, a period when Korean tigers are being hunted to extinction, The Tiger is a breathtaking action adventure from one of Korea’s finest writer-directors,

In Korean with English subtitles

Available to buy at –

http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/korean-thai-vietnamese-films-on-dvd

 

Korean thriller – NEW WORLD – out on dual format Dvd/Blu Ray

new worldNEW WORLD (15) 2013 KOREA HOON-JUNG, PARK DUAL FORMAT DVD/BLU RAY £15.99
Edge-of-your seat thriller about a complex and violent struggle for power between the three most powerful figures in the Korean underworld.

In Korean with English subtitles

Available to buy at –

http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/korean-thai-vietnamese-films-on-dvd

 

Extraordinary documentary portrayal of the experiences in life and love of a deaf-blind Korean man – PLANET OF SNAIL – released on dvd

Planet of SnailPLANET OF SNAIL (E) 2011    KOREA    YI SEUNG-JUN    £14.99   
Korean documentary about the experiences in life and love of a deaf-blind man. Young-Chan describes himself as coming from the Planet of Snail, a reference to the way he experiences the world almost entirely through the sense of touch. When he meets his wife and soulmate, Soon-Ho, his world opens up as she becomes his eyes and ears and teaches him to read using Braille.

But Soon-Ho has problems of her own in the form of a severe spinal disability, and as time goes by they must both come to terms with the fact that Soon-Ho may not always be there for Young-Chan.

DVD available to buy at – http://www.worldonlinecinema.com/Home/documentaries

Sight & Sound review – http://www.bfi.org.uk/news/sightsound/planet-snail