From left: Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun in a still from Burning.From left: Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun in a still from Burning.
From left: Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun in a still from Burning.

Burning director Lee Chang-dong: the South Korean’s six feature films ranked, from good to great

  • Director’s films champion individuals struggling on the fringes of society, and offer a platform for actors to produce their best work
  • In Burning, Yoo Ah-in’s frustrated, would-be writer Jong-su finds himself caught between free-spirited beauty Hae-mi and the aloof, Gatsby-esque Ben

Topic |   Asian cinema: Korean films
From left: Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun in a still from Burning.From left: Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun in a still from Burning.
From left: Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun in a still from Burning.
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