On one side you have the Kim’s, an unemployed family living in a semi-basement apartment. They struggle to get by and fold pizza boxes to make a little money for food. Then you have the Park’s, a wealthy family that lives in a lavish home without a financial care in the world. When the family son Ki-Woo Kim gets a job as a tutor for the Park’s daughter he see’s an opportunity. One that will bring the Kim family some money, but also one that will entangle them in a much grimmer situation that will change both families forever.
A review of “Room for Rent” a fantastic comedy that recently screened at #SDiFF2017
A review of “20 Weeks” a compelling drama that recently screened at the #SDiFF2017
“Butterfly Caught” is winning crowds over on the film festival circuit, check out the full review to see what it delivers…
A young woman ventures through dating, enjoying the various stages of relationships all the while trying not to follow the conventional path of marriage and kids.
A group of assassins try to kill the elusive hit-man known as Gunther.
In an alternate reality a man wears his memories on his head in photographs, constantly reminding him of a past, that is hindering his future.
A woman finds her life in turmoil after an encounter with a stranger on the street results in her identity being stolen.
“Caramel Mou” (Unleavened Bread) was a fun, comical short-film that screened at #SDiFF2017