For fanatics of Korean film, director Lee Man-hee is a name to be revered and the Korean Film Archive is honoring his memory in this exhibition on the 40th anniversary of his passing. A prolific artist, he left us with films such as “A Road to Sampo” (1975) and “Manchu” (1966). This particular exhibition features photographs from his private life, stills from his films and analyses of his themes. The retrospective’s highlight may be stills from the lost original cut of “Manchu.” Anyone can talk Bergman; a true film buff collects credits here.
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