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Kaffny Review Round-Up 2: 'Centre Forward,' 'Red Chapel,' 'Sai-i-Gu,' 'Wet Sand'

Kaffny Review Round-Up 2: 'Centre Forward,' 'Red Chapel,' 'Sai-i-Gu,' 'Wet Sand'

Following our first round-up, here are a few more flicks showcased in New York's Korean American Film Festival which ends March 20th. Stay tuned for more coverage, including reviews of "Should've Kissed" by Cinefondation-residency alum Jinoh Park and "Make Yourself At Home" by student Academy Award-winning director Soopum Sohn. Also on the horizon is an interview with filmmakers Dai Sil Kim-Gibson and "Killer of Sheep" helmer Charles Burnett. "Centre Forward" Produced in North Korea, "Centre Forward" is exactly the kind of movie you'd expect to come out of a military dictatorship. Complete with wistful music seemingly ripped from a Hollywood…

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