[NEW FILMS]Francois Ozon Film FestivalHypertheque Nada / French with Korean subtitles -- to Thursday
Francois Ozon is a French director who is garnering a lot of attention these days from both film critics and fans. His movies, which have won numerous prizes at international film festivals, are celebrated for their creativity and their controversy. Subjects include incest, murder, sexuality and suicide.
Most of the pictures being shown at this festival are making their Korean premieres. Selections include "Water Drops on Burning Rocks" (2000), "Under the Sand" (2000), "Criminal Lovers" (1999), "Sitcom" (1998), "See the Sea" (1997) and five of his short films. Showtimes are 11:20 a.m., 1:10, 3, 4:50, 6:40 and 8:30 p.m. Their order changes daily. For a full schedule, see the Web site dsartcenter.co.kr or call (02) 766-3390.
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