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(Soom) Director: Kim Ki-duk, ROK, 2007, Korean version / Czech subtitles, 84 min

The director from South Korea Kim Ki-duk is very popular here not only with festival goers and so it will hardly be a surprise that all his films have recently reached our cinemas. The fourteenth in a row is an intimate drama Breath, telling a story of an unequal relationship between a young woman and a man approaching his death. Yeon, an artist, lives in a luxury house with her unfaithful husband. Her life is filled with stereotype to the brim, until one day she hears the news about a man sentenced to death Yin and of his regular attempts at suicide. Yeon decides to visit him in prison, and a strange, silent relationship begins to unfold, which her jealous husband wishes to terminate …


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