Barking Dogs Never Bite (Flandersui gae)
Barking Dogs Never Bite (Flandersui gae) (2000)

A man who has decided dogs are not his best friend takes matters into his own hands in this dark comedy from South Korea. A college professor (Lee Sung-jae), who with his wife is awaiting the birth of their baby, is being led to the end of… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: February 19, 2000
DVD Release Date: July 20, 2010
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Reid Volk
A wickedly smart and hilarious black comedy/social satire from the master of South Korean cinema himself, Bong Joon-Ho. It is a film about a struggling graduate… More
Jesse Ortega
I'm a big fan of Bong Joon-ho's work. Three of my favorite Korean movies are movies he's directed (those being Memories of Murder, The Host and… More
Luke Baldock
Bong Joon-ho's first film and it's easy to see how he became an interest to the Korean mainstream. His sense of humour is even darker here than it is… More
Lesley N
A strange little film, about a bunch of people living in a block of flats and some mysteriously vanishing mostly barky dogs. Not at all what I expected from the… More
Walter M.
In "Barking Dogs Never Bite," Yun-Ju(Lee Sung-Jae) is like a lot of other people with advanced degrees in that he is out of work, currently held… More
Wu Chouin
Joon-ho Bong first film is definitely worth seeking out. Hard to watch at times, but too darkly funny to turn away. A great little film by one of my favorite… More