Utpal Borpujari

June 14, 2010

DVD Review: 3-Iron

Filed under: Cinema,Deccan Herald,DVD Reviews,Media,World Cinema — Utpal Borpujari @ 5:06 pm
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By Utpal Borpjari

Directed by Kim Ki-duk, one of Korea’s most-acclaimed filmmakers, 3-Iron is a complex tale of two persons and their longing for love. An off-beat film that requires some patience to watch for its slow pace, it has one trait that all of Kim Ki-duk’s films boast of – a vibrant visual quality.

The director, whose cinema encompasses wide-ranging styles and subjects – take the extreme violence of Bad Guy or a re-evaluation of the Buddha’s philosophies in Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . and Spring – this time tries telling his story through two central characters who barely speak with each other.

An unlikely love story between a house-breaker and a battered housewife, the film has been praised for its fantastical yet meditative take on relationships.

3-Iron; Korean; Dir: Kim Ki-duk; Rs 349; Shemaroo World Cinema

(Published in Deccan Herald, www.deccanherald.com, www.deccanheraldepaper.com, 13-06-2010)



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