Subtle tension, quiet tenderness, unquenchable longing – cinema

Anyone who loves elegant noir thrillers should go to the cinema now: “The Woman in the Fog” by Park Chan-wook is not only visually powerful, mysterious and exciting, but also a magical love story.

Park Chan-wook? Not knowing the director might actually be an advantage. In this country, the multi-award-winning South Korean is primarily associated with his thriller “Oldboy” (2003), part two of a revenge trilogy of nightmarish brutality. Which can definitely obscure the class and complexity of his films. This time, however, nobody has to put their hands before …

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