Incoherence was the very first success for Bong Joon-Ho (1969, Seoul). Of all Korean directors who started their careers in the 1990s, he may have been the most successful in acquiring both commercial and and artistic success. It's a black comedy triptych, made during his studies at the KAFA, in which he shows the hypocritical, lofty and immoral stupidity of important people. The hand of the later maker of Memories of Murder and The Host can also be seen in this supple film and narrative style.


Filmmaker
Bong Joon Ho
Country
South Korea
Year
1994
Medium
16mm
Length
30’
Language
Korean
Production Company
KAFA - The Korean Academy of Film Arts
Writer
Bong Joon-Ho
Editor
Bong Joon-Ho