A personal film for Kim Ki-duk in which he addresses his “disappearance” for three years and a look back in his career.
A deeply-personal, intimate and unconventional documentary film from Kim Ki-duk (3-Iron), Ariang is both a bracing exercise in catharsis and an uncompromising self-portrait, laying bare the director’s own struggles and self-destruction. Winner of the Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard prize.
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