Address Unknown
Address Unknown (2001)

Following up on his hallucinatory meditation on sex, death, and fish hooks in The Isle, Korean filmmaker Kim Ki-duk spins this brutal exploration on the lingering anger and exploitation of America's occupation of South Korea. Even… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: June 2, 2001
DVD Release Date: January 24, 2006
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Joseph Proimakis
Movies for the Masses

An eheis tin ypomoni na parakoloythiseis gia miamisi ora tin poiitiki epanaliptikotita toy skinotheti poy einai asygkratitos oso pote sti mizeria poy petaei stoys iroes toy, mporei mesa ston aparadekto iho, ti ftini fotografia kai tin aneleita koyrastiki

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Jason Gorber
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A simple tale about Dog butchery, bullying, American imperialism and Korean bigotry.

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El Hombre Invisible
It's difficult to recommend Ki-duk Kim's films. His movies are never complacent, but even the most passionate examples can be dull. Address Unknown is… More
Jojo Shek
This is a story of an angry young man borned as a mixed Black-Korean dispised by the entire society he lived in. He lived in an abandoned school bus with his… More
Lesley N
I like Kim Ki-Duk films... 3-Iron, Spring Summer Autumn Winter, Bi-Mong - they meander along but I'm always happy to follow. This is one of his depressing… More
Wu Chouin
Moody and tragic like most Ki-Duk films.
Marcus Woolcott
Kim Ki-Duk films are never a bundle of rainbows, but this depressing even by his standards