Sunday, July 17, 2011

Tuesday is Thriller night at the Korean Cultural Service

Out of money because of the NYAFF?

Not to worry the Korean Cultural Service is once more running free movies at the Tribeca Cinemas.

This week it's the second of their thrillers Blood Tie. the Korean Cultural Service website describes it as follows:

A blackly comic, ridiculously violent neo-noir, BLOODY TIE is the informer movie as a buddy comedy where the jokes come covered in bruises and blood. Ryoo Seung-Bom plays a crystal meth dealer who wants to move up in the world and so he’s allied himself with a corrupt cop, played by Hwang Jung-Min. Together they’re two bad guys taking down the even worse guys in a movie where no sexual encounter is complete without a vow of vengeance and no friendship comes without a side order of backstabbing and betrayal.

As always doors open at 630 and the screening is at 7.

I'm still not sure if I'll be there since there are some conflicts in my schedule, but if you aren't movied out and aren't going to Japan Cuts, why not give it a shot.

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