Directors' Showcase / UK premiere


  • Kim Ki-duk /
  • South Korea /
  • 2007 /
  • 84 mins

Chang Chen, Zia / Fiction / Korean

Another hushed, quirky romance from the prolific South Korean master.

Kim Ki-duk

After studying in Paris, Kim Ki-duk returned to Korea and began his career as a screenwriter. He made his directorial debut with a low-budget movie called Crocodile in 1996. To date he has made 14 internationally acclaimed films, amongst others Samaritan Girl, which won the Silver Bear (Best Director) at the Berlin International Film Festival.

2007 Archive

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