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Tripping the Fest Fantastic
A look at the best films of the 2014 festival
By Tim Basham
While Fantastic Fest may be seen as a genre event, any festival would be hard-pressed to match this year’s FF films. It may be the best crop in their ten-year history. […] Here were my favorites:
If there’s any justice, Haemoo will receive an Oscar nomination for best foreign film. It’s that good. But it’s also dark, may be too dark for the academy. When a struggling and desperate fishing boat captain agrees to smuggle some Chinese-Koreans on his trawler, a horrible disaster occurs. In the midst of the danger, however, director Shim Sung-Bo brings romance into tragedy. There are some seriously grand performances from the cast, and the cinematography is reminiscent of The Perfect Storm. With the help of producer/writer/director Joon-ho Bong (The Host) Sung-Bo has created a suspenseful gem that deserves to be seen.
1. Fantastic Fest is the largest genre film festival in the U.S., specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain fantastic movies from all around the world (fantasticfest.com)
2. Parts unrelated to Haemoo were omitted.
JYJ3 Note: Jaejoong had previously tweeted a photo in front of the same restaurant on 2014.02.21 (see old post here)
[PHOTO] #해운대맛집 #육회는그집 #jyj #김재중 #첫만남 #첫방문 instagram.com/p/uK3NmBJ1-o
[TRANS] #Haeundae_restaurant #육회는그집[*T/N: The restaurant’s name: “That place where there’s yukhoe(Korean-style raw beef)”] #jyj #KimJaejoong #first_meeting #first_visit
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