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  1. 10 Minutes: Busan Review

    3:30 pm 10/7/2013

    Pedestrian workplace dynamics are front and center in Lee Yong-seung’s painfully average drama.Read more

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  2. Shuttlecock: Busan Review

    3:30 pm 10/7/2013

    A roadtrip that aims for relational insight but winds up simply aimless.Read more

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  3. The Isthmus: Busan Review

    3:30 pm 10/7/2013

    A well-meaning but tepid debut feature that chronicles the lives of Burmese illegal immigrants living in southern Thailand.Read more

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  4. Jal (Water): Busan Review

    3:30 pm 10/7/2013

    An ambitious debut suffers from a rare affliction — an abundance of style combined with too much substance.Read more

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  5. Toilet Blues: Busan Review

    3:30 pm 10/7/2013

    Aggressively artistic and achingly static festival fare that says nothing new.Read more

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  6. The Protest: Busan Review

    3:30 pm 10/7/2013

    Prakash Jha’s big-budget political thriller fails to answer its own questions about how the Indian political landscape can be transformed.Read more

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  7. Busan: Download THR's Day 5 'Daily'

    2:00 pm 10/7/2013

    In day 5 of THR's Busan Festival Daily, strong attendance numbers mark the opening of the Asian Film Market, Chinese director Teng Huatao discusses following up his 2011 blockbuster "Love Is Not Blind" and controversial South Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk rails against movie ratings systems.Read more

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  8. Busan: Cambodia's Rithy Panh on His Cannes Winner 'The Missing Picture' (Q&A)

    2:00 pm 10/6/2013

    Busan's Asia Filmmaker of the Year discusses surviving the Khmer Rouge, why films are like memories and how festival prizes offer protection to the great directors of the developing world.Read more

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  9. Busan: Download THR's Day 4 'Daily'

    1:52 pm 10/6/2013

    In day 4 of THR's Busan Festival Daily, South Korea sets its sights on China's booming film market, Irish director Jim Sheridan says global filmmaking is in a state of transition and Cambodian auteur Rithy Panh discusses surviving the Khmer Rouge.Read more

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  10. Clydecynic: Busan Review

    11:01 am 10/6/2013

    Ramiro Belanger’s feature debut is study of a young man’s increasingly destructive rage.Read more

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