Korean English

Flatpack desks, charity extortion artists and awkward comics queues. That’s the kind of day that’s logically followed by Stoker, Korean director Park Chan-Wook’s first English-language feature, right?

You can tell from the rich, textured visuals alone it’s a Park film, but something seems a little off about the actors. The performances seems a little stilted. Maybe that’s more to do with the screenplay or the melodramatic story, but part of me can’t help but attribute it to the possible language barrier between the director and his performers. I’m not saying it looks bad; just strange.

Strange can be good. I’ll find out whether it is or not and let you know.

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