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Newswire: Poetry’s Lee Chang-dong might finally make another movie

Lee Chang-dong has had an unusual career path. A well-regarded novelist, he decided to take up film directing in his 40s, and made a string of audacious, commercially successful, and critically acclaimed movies: Green Fish (1997), Peppermint Candy (1999), and finally Oasis (2002), which attracted international attention just as South Korean cinema was about to break through in the West in a big way.
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