Infernal Machines: The Films of Kim Ki-Young

March 12 - 18, 2008

WalterReadeTheatre


Kim Ki-young, a born maverick, Kim’s work encompassed the range of Korean cinema: The Housemaid (1960) became the biggest box-office success in Korean film history, while later works such as Carnivore (1984) and The Woman of Fire ’82 (1982) established the look of the low-budget, independent films of their era. Even when making literary adaptations, Kim (who frequently wrote or re-wrote his scripts) would almost completely transform the source material, leaving at best a theme or a setting as the link to the original.


WalterReadeTheatre
LincolnCenterPlaza,165 West 65th Street, NYC, Tel 212 -875- 5600)
(Admission: $11 general public; $7 Film Society & students; $7 seniors weekday matinee screenings only. /RSVP www.filmlinc.com )

Miro Yoon