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Oki's Movie (English Subtitled)

2010

NR
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3.2 out of 5 stars (12) IMDb 6.9/10

(Korean with English subtitles) Chronicles the story of a film student's love affair with both an alcoholic classmate and her middle-aged professor, featuring award-winning Cannes director Hong Sang-soo's signature witty script.

Starring:
Yu-mi Jeong, Won Jung
Runtime:
1 hour, 20 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, International, Comedy
Director Sang-soo Hong
Starring Yu-mi Jeong, Won Jung
Supporting actors Chae-eun Lee, Sun-kyun Lee, Seong-kun Mun, Seo-yeon Park, Young-hwa Seo, Tae-Goo Um
Studio Asian Crush
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Another HSS film. If you don't know what HSS stands for or who Hong Sang-soo is, I should warn you that this is another very typical movie of his style. For me, watching his films is like voyeurism: peaking into the lives of the characters as though you were an invisible silent character yourself. I get this feeling from the way that the actors keep their emotions very realistic and the way that the camera is (for the most part) never moved, rarely panned, and cuts only occur between scenes. His movies tend to focus on the real dialogue and interactions that people have and the situations that real people experience on a day-to-day experience. Because of this his movies may not be the most exciting, but I find they have a certain homeliness and familiarity, which I like.

In this movie, we find the titular Oki making a movie about her life and the two men that have played the most significant role in it: her alcoholic classmate and her film professor. It is broken down into 4 parts and in each part, the story is told from a different character's perspective. I didn't especially like any of the characters, but I may be pre-disposed to not liking people in general, haha.

Overall, I found this movie to be one of his better films with nice pacing and an interesting story to accompany it.
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I like Hong Sang-soo's work, so my low rating here should not be misconstrued as a criticism of his films. The quality of the dvd's from this company called "Asian Crush" are TERRIBLE! First problem: they're in the WRONG aspect ratio. They should be in widescreen, but they're in the (almost) square/full-frame ratio. Second problem: the subtitles are BURNED IN. This means that if you speak Korean and don't need the subs, you're stuck with them. Or if you want to employ the "zoom" option on your 16 X 9 tv to try and force the movie into the correct aspect ratio, you can't also move the subtitles up the way you can when they're optional. Third problem: there's something seriously wrong with the way they've been mastered. There's a frequent "hitching" effect in the motion which is incredibly annoying. Get real dvd's if you want to see Hong's films. These dvd-r's from Asian Crush are worthless.
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In my opinion Hong Sang Soo is the best kept secret of cinema. You could say if you've seen one you've seen all in his catalogue but somehow you just never get enough. At least I don't, I've seen Oki's Movie twice now and I'm sure I'll go back again. Beautiful humanism is what comes first to mind. Simple characters with the common human flaws, everyday settings, repetitive motifs, drinking, eating, smoking... Don't expect suspense or a fast paced story, his movies are made to be felt. A true cinematic master.
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Short, but one of HSS's best. Gets back the humor and flair of experimentalism that "Night and Day" lacked. highly recommended and moving.
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Awesome first class movie!!!
Hong Sang Soo is the one of the best contemporary directors.
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Too slow, nice script, Something was missing. Was hoping for something a little more erotic.
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