"Burning" is a 2018 South Korean psychological thriller film directed by Lee Chang-dong.
The starring cast includes Yoo Ah-in as Lee Jong-su, Steven Yeun as Ben, Jeon Jong-seo as Shin Hae-mi, Kim Soo-Kyung as Yeon-ju, Choi Seung-ho as Lee Yong-seok, Min Bok-gi as Judge, Ban Hye-ra as Jong-su's Mom, Lee Bong-ryun as Hae-mi's Sister, Lee Joong-ok, Moon Sung-keun and others.
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Thunderbird Releasing on Tuesday, January 08, 2019 released the trailer for "Burning" you can watch here:
BURNING | Official UK Trailer - on DVD and BLURAY May 27.
Here is a short review of "Burning" movie plot summary.
An aspiring young novelist, Lee Jong-su (Yoo Ah-in) performs odd jobs in Paju. One day he runs into Shin Hae-mi (Jeon Jong-seo), a childhood neighbor and classmate, at a promotion at which he is making a delivery. Jong-su initially does not remember her, but Shin Hae-mi tells him she had plastic surgery. Jong-su then remembers and gives her a pink watch that he won at the promotion. Later, she tells him about her upcoming trip to Africa, and asks him to feed her cat, Boil, while she is away. Before Hae-mi's departure, Jong-su's father, a cattle farmer, becomes entangled in disagreeable legal affairs, and Jong-su has to return to the farm. Jong-su passes by Hae-mi's apartment, where he receives instructions about feeding the cat. Later, they have sex in Hae-mi's apartment.
After Hae-mi departs, Jong-su dutifully feeds her cat, although he never sees it. He does, however, know that a cat is there because he finds feces in the cat's litter box. He also begins habitually masturbating in her apartment. One day Hae-mi calls, saying she had become stranded at Nairobi Airport for three days after a bombing nearby. When Jong-su comes to pick her up, she arrives with Ben (Steven Yeun), whom she met and bonded with during the crisis. The three go out for dinner, where Hae-mi recalls a sunset she witnessed during her travels. Moved by the memory, she cries and confesses that she wants to disappear. Ben is well-off and confident, though it is never entirely clear what he does for a living. Jong-su, struggling to get by and taking care of his family farm while his father is in prison, envies Ben and his relationship with Hae-mi from afar.
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"Burning" movie release date was scheduled to be on May 16, 2018 (Cannes), on May 17, 2018 (South Korea), on August 29, 2018 (France), on October 26, 2018 (United States), on November 8, 2018 (Hungary), on November 9, 2018 (Canada), on December 20, 2018 (Denmark), on January 10, 2019 (Switzerland), on February 1, 2019 (United Kingdom, Ireland), on April 18, 2019 (Australia) and on June 6, 2019 (Germany) distributing by CGV Arthouse, CJ CGV, Baska Sinema, Clover Films, Golden Village Pictures, Hualien Media International, Interior13 Cine, Pandora Filmes, Polyfilm Verleih, Seven Films, TWIN, Alambique Destilaria de Ideias, Capelight Pictures, Diaphana Films, Film & TV House, Imagine, NHK, Palace Films, Provzglyad, Thunderbird Releasing, Vértigo, Well Go USA Entertainment and World Cinema Partners.
The duration of the film is 148 minutes. The film grossed over $8.1 million.
Principal photography began on September 11, 2017.
"Burning" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.5/10.
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