Director: Kim Ki-young

South Korea • 1960 • Black and White • 110 min

Considered to be one of the top three Korean films of all time, Kim Ki-young’s masterpiece The Housemaid occupies a place all its own within Golden Age Korean cinema. Based on a contemporary news story, it focuses on a traditional four-member family which has just moved into a two-story home and hired a housemaid. The Confucian order of the household comes crashing down at the hands of the surreptitious housemaid. Bookings: 01 672 8861 www.jdiff.com

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