Interview: Cobweb director Kim Jee-woon and star Song Kang-ho on exploring their love of cinema through their film

In 1970s Korea, when both art and dreams are censored, a film director dreams of a masterpiece. After delighting audiences at both this year’s Cannes Film Festival and Sydney Film Festival, Cobweb is spinning its way into Australian cinemas from October 5th (you can read our review here). To coincide with the release, Peter Gray…

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Film Review: Cobweb blurs the lines between reality and fantasy as it celebrates the chaotic nature of filmmaking

Though it may be a little haphazardly put together, there’s still a heft of intrigue and amusing genre blending in Kim Jee-woon‘s Cobweb, a blurring of reality and fantasy that places the magic of celluloid at the centre. Set in the 1970s, the film builds itself around Kim (Song Kang-ho), a director who has failed…

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