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K-Flicks: Korean Cinema Begins Making It Big In The West
"Twenty years ago, South Korean directors dealt with heavy-handed state censorship and worked under protectionist laws, insulating local artists from American competition. But an economic boom in the late 1990s fired up a generation of directors who, like the Hong Kong and Japanese filmmakers before them, have built up global recognition." GlobalPost introduces four of them.
Posted August 27, 2013 12:54 AM
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