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Director Bong Joon Ho made his feature debut with this black comedy about an unemployed professor who is driven over the edge by the incessant yapping of his neighbor's dog. Little does he know that the extreme measures he employs will have dire consequences down the road. As in his other films, Bong conveys the mood of the time (in this case, the aftermath of South Korea's economic crisis in the late 1990s) with dark wit and compelling characters. DIR/SCR Bong Joon Ho; SCR Song Ji-ho, Derek Son Tae-woong; PROD Cho Min-hwan. South Korea, 2000, color, 110 min. In Korean with English subtitles. NOT RATED

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110 Minutes
Dark comedy