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Hailed as the seminal film of the Korean New Wave, acclaimed director Lee Chang Dong's OASIS tells the story of two societal misfits and their struggle to find love and acceptance.
Hailed as the seminal film of the Korean New Wave, acclaimed director Lee Chang-dong's Oasistells the story of two societal misfits (the award winning Moon So-ri and Sol Kyung-gu) and their struggle to find love and acceptance. Fate helped bring them together; family fought to keep them apart. The film truly is "a triumph...that gives humanism back it's good name (LA Weekly)."
I usually don't write reviews but Oasis gets 5 stars from me. I didn't know about Oasis before I watched it but got drawn into it and the ride was worth it. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jon David Duran
Oasis is a brilliant film and shows the strength and courage of South Korean cinema in its ability to tackle such taboo subjects as sexual relationships between mentally and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by technoguy
Really a terrific movie. Outstanding performances. I can't recommend it enough.Published 12 months ago by Rebecca Wittman
Directed by the guy who went on to become SK's minister of culture, and starring his two favorite leading actors, Oasis shines as a complex and immensely enjoyable film. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Scott Collins
I've given up on Korean movies. I must not understand the culture because all the grown ups in them seem way too juvenile for my taste. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
The best part of the movie for me was the acting especially of the female lead. I am so familiar with the cerebral palsy the girl had and the probable mildly mentally retarded... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Moanakai
I'm always so impressed with Asian films and so glad I bought this one.
It's a complex and a very moving story. Read more