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still from Nowhere to Hide (Lee Myung-Se, KR 1999)

Nowhere to Hide

Myung-Se Lee / KR, 1999 / 112 min.

Stylish, magic-realist cop-vs.-killer film in which a narco kingpin flees from a team of cops led by the cunning detective Woo. For 72 days, the crook artfully dodges the police’s clutches.

poster Nowhere to Hide (Lee Myung-Se, KR 1999)
Accompanying the VR experience Missing Pictures, in which Lee Myung-Se discusses his dream, the unmade debut film Father is Gone, Eye will screen his cop-vs.-killer film Nowhere to Hide. Detective Woo is tracking the mysterious gangster Chang Sungmin, a master of disguise. During the manhunt, Woo and his men encounter a plethora of serious criminals.

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This movie contains scenes of violencePersons under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult


Myung-Se Lee

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Injeong sajeong bol geot eobtda


112 min.







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Missing Pictures

For every film completed, dozens of potential films fall by the wayside and never make it onto the big screen. In the VR experience Missing Pictures, Abel Ferrara, Tsai Ming-liang, Catherine Hardwicke, Naomi Kawase, and Lee Myung-Se give us a guided tour of a story they were not able to tell.

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campaign image Xtended: Missing Pictures; still from Missing Pictures (Tsai Ming-Liang's The Seven-Story Building)
still from Nowhere to Hide (Lee Myung-Se, KR 1999)
still from Nowhere to Hide (Lee Myung-Se, KR 1999)
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