The King and the Clown

The King and the Clown

Two clowns living in Korea's Chosun Dynasty get arrested for staging a play that satirizes the king. They are dragged to the palace and threatened with execution but are given a chance to save their lives if they can make the king laugh.

Two clowns living in Korea's Chosun Dynasty get arrested for staging a play that satirizes the king. They are dragged to the palace and threatened with execution but are given a chance to save their lives if they can make the king laugh. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Paul B (kr) wrote: An often disturbing documentary that looks back at the story of Nim, a chimpanzee that was raised with humans from a young age to try & learn to communicate with us, using sign language. It is excellent at drawing out through the narrative just how callous & confused humans can be, especially when they think what they are doing is right a d especially when it takes a long time to learn that. The key comes when one person realises we can learn a lot more from animals than they from us in this expertly directed, disturbing, humorous & heartbreaking film.

Luciano G (us) wrote: Bigger and I must say better than the first one, the story of Chromeskull follows moments after the first one left, this time with an all star cast of good actors like horror scream queen Danielle Harris, Terminator TV series actors Brian Austin Green and Thomas Dekker returning in the role as Tommy ....the movie is beautify shot, Robert Hall really knows hows to make a horror film that will shock his audience, with the gore, violence, the music and the use of special effects.....If your fan of masked psychopathic serial killers filming their victims murders then this is surely one to check out.... it's definitely going to be finding it's way into my DVD collection.....

Atul R (br) wrote: Good thriller just wasnt executed well. Neil Nitin was perfect for this role. Bips looks hot.

Martin A (fr) wrote: Clearly not one critic had the aesthetic sensitivity to appreciate the deliberately slow, cumulative power of this film. Scenes where characters simply stare at each other for long minutes communicate existential soul-searching in a way that is overwhelmingly intense and apparently beyond the courage of both modern directors to emulate or critics to acknowledge. This film should have gotten a score of 100% and several Oscars.

Allan C (ru) wrote: I like Alan Rudoph and had heard this one was good, but it seemed kind of forced and quirky in a way that I found annoying. I just might have not been in the right mood for this movie. Maybe I'll watch it again. Keith Carradine was great though.

Charlie J (ag) wrote: A true cautionary tale from the master b-movie maker.

Rachel B (ag) wrote: The plot is a nice change of pace for Astaire-Rogers pictures and it has some fantastic dance scenes, but the issues of control regarding Rogers's character will make any feminist uncomfortable.

Dan H (jp) wrote: Kinda liked it twist makes you think.