Eyes In The Red Wind

A shaman on an Asi­an boat chan­nels the soul of a drow­ned man to paci­fy the soul of the dead man, but lust and secrets are reve­a­led that twist the solemn cerem­o­ny into a vio­lent tragedy.

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Sng­moo Lee

Süd­ko­rea 2017, 12′, Spiel­film, Korea­nisch mit Eng­li­schen UT

Pro­duk­ti­on: Jong Min Kim, Buch: Sng­moo Lee, Bild­ge­stal­tung: Young­sam Jung


Sun­dance New Fron­tier 2018 (USA), Kaoh­si­ung Inter­na­tio­nal Film Fes­ti­val 2018 (Tai­wan), Fan­ta­sia 2018 (Cana­da), Brussels Inter­na­tio­nal Fan­ta­stic Film Fes­ti­val 2018 (Bel­gi­um)


Sng­moo Lee was born in Seo­ul (South Korea) in 1963. He wro­te and direc­ted the film “Warrior’s Way”. Today he’s pro­fes­sor of Film, TV & Mul­ti­me­dia at Korea Natio­nal Uni­ver­si­ty of Arts; he’s also the direc­tor of the Art & Tech­no­lo­gy Cen­ter (KNUA).


2010 The Warrior’s Way