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Submitted by shockya 948d ago | review

Stoker: ShockYa Movie Review

ShockYa: Park Chan-Wook is one of the most exciting filmmakers we have. While usually tending to stick to brutal subject matters, Park also loves challenging himself, as experienced in his short film Night Fishing, shot entirely on iPhone 4 cameras. With Stoker, Park brings his slick style of filmmaking to the west, and while it may not be as operatic as some of his earlier pictures, Park’s uncompromising style of making pictures remains in tact. (Cinema, Stoker) A-/A+

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