CANNES FESTIVAL: COMPETITION: “BREATH” BY KIM KI-DUK

festival de cannesCANNES FESTIVAL: COMPETITION: “BREATH” BY KIM KI-DUK
CAnnes, France (rusprnews) May 19, 2007 -On the fourth day of this 60th Festival, South Korean cineaste Kim Ki-duk returns to Cannes to present Breath in the Competition selection. His film The Bow was one of the highlights of the 2005 Un Certain Regard section. This time, Ki-duk tells the story of a prisoner condemned to death. He is visited by a woman who feels neglected by her husband, and she falls in love with him.

With this drama revolving around jealousy, unhappiness, and the lack of love, Kim Ki-duk is “referring indirectly to a difficult relationship with Korean society. I concentrated on individuals. What interested me was to show how human beings utterly fail to communicate.”

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