Breath is one of filmmaker Kim Ki-Duk’s best films in my opinion and much of it has to do with how he was able to extract such a good performance from actress Park Ji-Ah, especially through the singing scenes which are hard to forget once scene. The story is about a woman dealing with the infidelity of her husband by starting an affair with a convicted prisoner on death row.
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All in all, this is a sincerely meant, beautifully executed mix that does enormous credit to Henrik Schwarz, DJ-Kicks, and the art of the CD mix compilation. Oh, and if you wanna indulge your love for ‘redundant formats’ and buy a copy from a shop, you also get access to a code to download an alternative version, which is just as good.
Mon Oncle (My Uncle) 1958, was his first film to be released in color and perhaps his best-known work. The plot centers on M. Hulot’s comedic, quixotic and childlike struggle with postwar France’s mindless obsession with modernity and American-style consumerism. Mon Oncle quickly became an international success, and won that year’s Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (Oscar), a Special Prize at Cannes, as well as the prestigious New York Film Critics Award.
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Watumi is building and growing before our eyes. Dozens of artists from Romania, France, England, Korea, Belgium, Germany, Japan, and Turkey confirmed they will be at Brasov, and the list continues to grow. Today the Fringe concept is associated with the freedom of art, bringing it from the ivory tower down to the masses. The “Fringe” space is open to all artistic forms and aids a live communication between artists and the public.
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Named for the controversial goal that a Russian linesman awarded England in the 1966 World Cup final, artist Mark Wallinger has curated an exhibition that deals with the murky subject of boundaries and thresholds. A polymath and artistic omnivore, Wallinger should make a good curator, and his touring show includes early Roman busts, Ronald Searle drawings, Victorian stereoscopic photographs, 18th-century trompe l’oeil paintings and artists as diverse as Vija Celmins, Thomas Demand, Albrecht Dürer and Fred Sandback.
Exhibition View at Leeds Art Gallery (16 May – 28 June)