With the Girl of Black Soil

With the Girl of Black Soil

A small village in the Kanwondo region, a 9 year old girl, her brother Tong-gu - who is mentally handicapped - and their father Hyegon. Hyegon has an accident in the mines, loses his job ...

A small village in the Kanwondo region, a 9 year old girl, her brother Tong-gu - who is mentally handicapped - and their father Hyegon. Hyegon has an accident in the mines, loses his job ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nathan S (nl) wrote: Both incredibly beautiful, and incredibly sad.

Simon D (fr) wrote: Unique horror film which doesn't hold back on the gore. A horror masterclass with a story that goes above and beyond most which just leave us to accept that the only reason nutters do what they do is because they are nutters. This has a large emotional factor as well as all the other constituent parts that a good horror should. It's certainly not for the faint-hearted but, if they can manage it, anyone who gets through this film will be rewarded with that feeling that they have watched an excellent film.

Wesley P (fr) wrote: Wow. Someone actually recommended this movie to me??? I couldn't make it through a half hour!

Mye W (kr) wrote: hmm, interesting "love story".. im sure i will enjoy this movie

Stephanie S (fr) wrote: An inside look at very real people of right-wing Evangelical faith perpetuating a cycle of emotional manipulation, misinformation, militant action, and indoctrination. New? No. Pertinent? Yes. Horrifying? You betcha.

naomi g (de) wrote: not one of colins best movies

Angie C (jp) wrote: Oh my Gosh this is in Animation ?! I watched this at 3am one night and it was so stupid and funny I could not stop watching!

Max B (kr) wrote: Informative, yet way too heavily weighed towards the indy scene. This one leaves out way too much about mainstream stuff. Stan Lee is mentioned for about 2 minutes in a comic book documentary?! Something is wrong...

John C (it) wrote: Along with the Seventh Seal the only Bergman film that grabs me. A disturbing set of tied monologues shot beautifully, documenting a man's decent into madness through problems he has with his apparently normal and happy life. The use of both colour and black and white film furthers the impact of the piece, marking his progression from a relatable character to someone who can only be viewed upon externally, as something completely alien.