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ANGRY PAINTER

  • Director
    JEON Kyu-hwan
  • Year
    2015
  • Nationality
    Korea
  • Genre
    Vintage Erotic Action
  • Status
    Release(June 18, 2015)
  • Starring
    YU jun-sang, MOON Jung-won
  • Running Time
    105min
  • Festival & Review
    • 2015



      19th Bucheon International Fantactic Film Festival - Director's cut

      46th International Film Festival of India in Goa - Cinema of the world



      2016



      26th Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival - Forbidden Zone Program


  • Only God knows a sinful but blessing judgment of Painter, the dark angel.

    • SYNOPSIS
      Painter is veiled in mystery and seems to exist beyond this world. He spends his time painting, while his partner Driver makes love to Elbe, the Estonian woman whom he met at the strip bar. Meeting each other was like a heaven, however she misses her sister still living back at the country. The heavenly time all ends abruptly when her ex-boyfriend breaks into their house. When Painter arrives in the house, he finds Elbe is killed and Driver is deadly wounded. Painter helps his partner die in peace, then travels to Estonia with final remnant of Elbe. There, he comes across Kristi, Elbe's sister. Slowly and silently their lives intertwine, and Painter's true identity is revealed…
    • DIRECTOR INFO
      • JEON Kyu-hwan



        JEON Kyuhwan had a unique career path in becoming an influential film director. He made his directorial debut without having any formal educational background. Starting with , his debut feature from 2008, he made ‘Town Trilogy’ including from 2009 and from 2010 by employing an arthouse film production method. ‘Town Trilogy’ shed the lights on the shady and lonesomeness from the hidden sides of brilliant modern day metropolitan city by employing different approaches in all three films. He has made notable achievements such as a number of award-winning films with high praises. His Town Trilogy had been inviting for the special screenings, focus on JEON Kyu-hwan at Geneva, New York MoMA, Denver…

        His 2011 film shifted its direction and had its setting at Varanasi, a sacred place in India, to present a torrid love affair between a man and a woman. This film has been officially invited for a second straight year since 2011 to the Panorama section of the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in 2012. Recently he got the Queer Lion Award for his latest film at Venice 2012 and the Best Director’s Award at GOA and Tallinn. He also won the Jury Special Award at Fantasporto.
    • MATERIAL