Expat Cinema

Film – Park Chan-Wook

Expat Cinema: Oldboy

The modern masterpiece of Korean cinema Old Boy by Park Chan-Wook is back in cinemas after a stunning 4K restoration.

In 1988, a businessman named Oh Dae-su is arrested for drunkenness, missing his daughter's fourth birthday. After his friend Joo-hwan picks him up from the police station, Dae-su is kidnapped and wakes up in a sealed hotel room, where food is delivered through a trap-door. Watching TV, Dae-su learns that his wife has been murdered and he is the prime suspect. He passes the time shadowboxing, planning revenge and attempting to dig a tunnel to escape.

  • Land South Korea
  • Jaar 2003
  • Duur 115 min
  • Taal Spoken language: Korean, subtitels: English
  • Regie Park Chan-Wook
  • Acteurs Choi Min-Sik, Yoo Ji-Tae, Gang Hye-Jung
Geweld Grof taalgebruik 16 jaar
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