Fabricated City

Part of Fist and Sword (2017) & New York Korean Film Festival
Friday, November 3, 2017, 7:00 p.m.
Museum of the Moving Image–Redstone Theater

Dir. Park Kwang-hyun. 2017, 126 mins. DCP. With Ji Chang-wook. In Korean with English subtitles. A paranoid thriller with a high-tech edge, Park Kwang-hyun’s (Welcome to Dongmakgol) latest film pits a team of skilled video gamers against a mysterious underworld organization in a battle that rages through both the physical and digital worlds. When Kwon Yu (Ji Chang-wook), a former tae kwon do star turned video game addict, is framed for murder, his gamer friends come to his aid and in the process uncover a vast, murderous conspiracy. This nonstop thrill ride of a movie mixes jaw-dropping action scenes with pointed commentary about socioeconomic inequality in today’s Korea. Justin Lowe of The Hollywood Reporter calls it “an updated version of Park Chan-wook's Oldboy set in the world of online video games.... Featuring a fast-paced plot and a snappy visual style, Park's absorbing third feature should appeal equally to high-tech enthusiasts and action film fans.” (Description by Tom Vick, film curator, Freer and Sackler Galleries)

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