Film Review: Maggie (2018) by Lee Okseop

Film Review: Maggie (2018) by Lee Okseop
Some films just leave you dumbfounded. Dead in your tracks they leave you speechless, standing in awe at their very presence, the journey they immerse you in arouses your curiosity in previously unfathomable ways. Their very creation beggar’s belief. These films come but once in a blue moon and need to be shouted about from the rooftops for all to hear, drawing in as large a crowd as possible to witness the same audio-visual stimuli you just experienced. They need to be seen to be believed. In the case of Lee Okseop’s outwardly bizarre debut feature-length ‘Maggie’, such a sensation occurs for all the wrong reasons.

Maggie” is screening in Hong Kong Arts Centre on Friday 21/5 at 7:30 pm

as part of Women Direct. Korean Indies! – Korean Women Independent Film series, under the signature programme of the Hong Kong Arts Centre, Independently Yours

A visual stream-of-consciousness if ever there was one,
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