Just cried my fucking eyes out at this to be honest, family.
See any good /int/ernational films lately?
Check out "once upon a time in high school".
It shows how strict gook schools used to be. And it a bit of a bruce lee theme to it (although that's not the main focus of the film).
It was pretty cringey, looking at it from an aesthetic/storytelling perspective, but war movies tend to get me hooked, and ones that focus on kids get me crying pretty much as if I were a little kid myself. I don't know why. I read some book about a Chinese kid whose family all got killed in a war when I was like 9 years old and that "genre"/trope fucks me up to this day.
Meh. In the story he goes from North Korea to South Korea, then goes to Germany, and to Vietnam and some Americans are in it, too. Was breddy cool, pretty /int/ernational if you ask me.
Might check them out...I'm not specifically into Korean stuff but I am trying to get familiar with the language so intredasting movies will help. But I like watching movies from anywhere.
So far my experience with french movies is limited, but my favorite movie of all time is French. Pic related.
And the book it's based on is Belgian iirc