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Title:
Flandersui gae Barking dogs never bite
Author:
Pae, Tu-na, 1979-
Publication Information:
Los Angeles : Magnolia Home Entertainment, [2010]

©2010
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (110 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
An unemployed and unmotivated grad student, looking for a job as a professor, is driven to distraction by a yapping dog somewhere on the block of his apartment complex. In a fit of anger he takes extreme action to deal with his tormentor, an action that will come to haunt him.
General Note:
Bonus features: interview with actress Doona Bae, storyboard and film comparisons, international trailer, film highlight montage.
Language:
Korean
Reading Level:
Not rated.
UPC:
876964003087
Format :
DVD

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A man who has decided dogs are not his best friend takes matters into his own hands in this dark comedy from South Korea. A college professor (Lee Sung-jae), who with his wife is awaiting the birth of their baby, is being led to the end of his tether by the constant barking of a dog somewhere in the apartment complex they call home. In a fit of rage, he snaps and kills the dog in a nearby flat -- only to discover another dog is still barking somewhere in the building. Soon, one dog after another is disappearing, and the angry teacher is having to come up with new and creative ways to hide his grisly pastime. Meanwhile, the manager of the apartment building (Bae Doo-na) keeps getting more and more complaints about pets who've gone missing, and becomes increasingly determined to find the culprit. Puhran Dah Suh Uigeh was the first feature from director and screenwriter Bong Joon-ho. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi