Excerpt: The best way to watch Stoker , the new film from director Park Chan-wook, is as if you have the senses of its lead character. India Stoker, played by the brilliant Mia Wasikowska, has a special gift where she can hear and see things imperceptible to the rest of us, seeing the world for all of its smallest details and elements.
Summary: I was already a huge fan of Park Chan-wook's Korean films, so I've been eagerly awaiting his English language debut, hoping his incredible style would survive the move to America. And it has. Stoker has Park's fingerprints all over it, taking place inside a heightened reality filled with operatic flourishes. More India (Wasikowska) has just turned 18. On the day of her birthday her father dies, and at the funeral a mysterious uncle (Matthew Goode) is present.
Excerpt: Äntligen! En asiatisk film i mina händer, fast inte riktigt. Regissören Park Chan-Wook tillhör de fem stora moderna Koreanska mästarna i min mening (de övriga fyra är Kim Jee-Woon , Kim Ki-Duk , Joon Ho-Bong, och Chang Don-Lee ). Mellan dessa herrar finner vi titlar som Hämnarens resa , Oasis , I saw the devil , Poetry , Järn 3:an , The Isle , Joint Security Area , Mother , Memories of Murder med flera.