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  1. 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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  2. Einstein and Einstein: Busan Review

    10:40 am 10/6/2013

    Cao Baoping's drama revolves around a middle school girl who struggles with exclusion and lowered expectations.Read more

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  3. Pascha: Busan Review

    10:27 am 10/6/2013

    Ahn Seon-kyoung’s title is a finely etched portrait of a woman living an unconventional but largely fulfilling life.Read more

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  4. Yellow Colt: Busan Review

    10:17 am 10/6/2013

    Khoroldjorj Choijoovanchig’s debut feature is a tale of a runaway colt and the young boy that rides him to a racing victory.Read more

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  5. Transit: Busan Review

    2:22 am 10/6/2013

    Hannah Espia's directorial debut -- and Phillippine Oscar entry -- chronicles the lives of five Filipinos adapting to life in Israel.Read more

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  6. Letters From the South: Busan Review

    2:14 am 10/6/2013

    In a portmanteau of six short films, Southeast Asian filmmakers explore the links between the Chinese diaspora and the Middle Kingdom itself.Read more

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  7. Remote Control: Busan Review

    5:33 pm 10/5/2013

    Mongolia director Byamba Sakhya’s first film revolves around a rural teenager trying to connect with city life and urban dwellers.Read more

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  8. Dynamite Man: Busan Review

    5:11 pm 10/5/2013

    Korean director Jeong Hyu-kwon returns with an atmospheric revenge thriller starring Jeong Do-won.Read more

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  9. Busan: Download THR's Day 3 'Daily'

    1:20 pm 10/5/2013

    In day 3 of THR's Busan Festival Daily, Korean actors-turned-directors take center stage at BIFF, Kim Ji-woon talks up ScreenX and Japanese auteur Hirokazu Kore-eda discusses "Like Father, Like Son."Read more

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  10. Ongoing Smile: Busan Review

    10:15 am 10/5/2013

    Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf delivers a cinematic love letter to Busan International Film Festival founder and honorary chairman Kim Dong-ho.Read more

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