Kim Ki-duk, Auteurism, and Violence in Cinema
From a feminist perspective, it is indeed problematic that the male-focalized class warfare is waged over the bodies of middle-class women in such films as Crocodile, Bad Guy, and 3-Iron. However, Kim’s oeuvre, which constitutes a visceral, bottom-to-top critique of social stratification in South Korea, cannot be fully grasped from a feminist perspective alone. This is an excerpt from an...
Any revolutionary must challenge the depiction of reality; it is not enough to...– Claire Johnston (Points of Resistance: Women, Power, and Politics in the New York Avant-garde Cinema, 1943-1971 by Lauren Rabinovitz)
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