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"For a decade South Korea has created films that galvanize a local audience, regional audiences, film festivals, and the European and North American multiplexes. This discerning study reveals in fascinating detail how a small local cinema became a global powerhouse." DAVID BORDWELL, University of Wisconsin - Madison"

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JINHEE CHOI is a lecturer in film studies at the University of Kent, U.K. She is the coeditor of Philosophy of Film and Motion Pictures (2005) and Horror to the Extreme (2009).

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