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Aamir Kapasi over 6 years ago
Radostina Peycheva over 7 years ago
Breath (숨, Soom) is the fourteenth feature film by South Korean director Kim Ki-duk. A loner housewife, Yeon, deals with her depression and anger by beginning a passionate affair with a convicted man on death row. After discovering her husband’s infidelity, Yeon visits the prison where a notorious condemned criminal, Jin, is confined. She has been following the news reports of his numerous suicide attempts. Despite knowing Jin's crimes, Yeon treats him like an old lover and puts all her efforts into his happiness, even though she doesn't know him. Breath was nominated for the Palme d'Or award at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, although the prize was eventually awarded to the film "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days". It has so far attained mixed reviews; Variety Magazine's Derek Elley concluded that the film was 'a far less ambitious work than "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...and Spring", one of the director's most internationally successful films from 2003 In a comment that may go part of...
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