Unmistakingly the most iconic Korean revenge thriller, OLDBOY set the bar high for every Korean genre that followed. After being kidnapped and imprisoned for fifteen years, Oh Dae-Su is released, only to find that he must find his captor in five days. While the clock is ticking, the estranged avenger finds out that his kidnapper has a greater plan for him and is set onto a path of pain and suffering in an attempt to uncover the motive of his mysterious tormentor.
Lavinia Meijer on OLDBOY
“When I saw OLDBOY I had a break at the end. It is such an intense and emotional film, and the cinematography and performances are so beautiful. Heartwarming, intelligent, painful, beautiful and touching.”
Lavia Meijer (1983) is a harpist that performs all over the world, from Carnegie Hall, NYC to Seoul Arts Center. She released several albums. Besides the classical harp, she also experiments with electronic music, theater, jazz and avant rock.
Lavinia Meijer will give an introduction to the film