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Discover the treasures of international cinema through the analytical lens of two media industry professionals from Finland, Karri Ojala and Henrik Telkki.

What sets this podcast apart is its straight-forward Finnish spirit, the varied guests from around the globe, whether industry professionals or fascinating people from the film's target country. Gain unique insights, knowledge and surprising looking glasses from the world of film.

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Sep 18, 2019

The Brotherhood of War was the most successful Korean film at its time. It's a story of two brothers thrown into the Korean War. It was successful internationally and praised by critics. Our guest to explain its cultural nuances is Lee from South Korea.

This episode is part of The Flick Lab International Cinema Challenge 2019. Join and find out more: 

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/ Taegukgi Hwinallimyeo (2004). Directed by Kang Je-kyu. Starring Jang Dong-gun, Won Bin, Choi Min-sik, Kong Hyeong-jin.