The Isle

Korean director Kim Ki-Duk's fourth feature is hardly a typical boy-meets-girl love story; between the strong sadomasochistic elements and the scene that reportedly caused fainting at a press screening, it's marked by a troubling cruelty. It's also a beautifully shot, oddly poetic film that makes excellent use of its unusual location: an enclave of pastel-colored...read more

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