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This may have simply been the result of the films on offer, rather than any general waning of interest on the part of the local audience.
Nonetheless, there was a sense of Korean cinema coming back to earth after the heady days of 20.
Among independent films, Han Gong-ju, which premiered at the Busan International Film Festival in October 2013, enjoyed a particularly successful commercial release for a film of its size, after winning a number of high-profile international festival awards.
In May, the Cannes Film Festival played host to three Korean features, none in competition: debut feature A Girl at My Door, produced by Lee Chang-dong, in Un Certain Regard; thriller A Hard Day in Director's Fortnight; and The Target, a remake of the 2009 French thriller Point Blank.
She is never far from a confrontation, whether it be a good-natured spat with her colleage Mr.
Park or a jealous row with her rival Okja, or a volley of complaints fired at her daughter-in-law.
At any rate, both films were massive hits: Silenced took 4.7 million admissions at the Korean box office, while Miss Granny ended up with 8.7 million admissions.Stunned and despondent, she walks out of the house and starts aimlessly wandering the streets.It's then that she comes across a curiously old-fashioned looking photo studio known as "Youth Photo." Charmed by the look of the place, she decides to treat herself to a portrait.The friendly proprietor, who carries a knowing glint in his eye, takes her picture.It's only later, after she's left the studio and is riding the bus, that she sees her reflection in the window and realizes that something fundamental has changed. Of course, none of her family or acquaintances can recognize her in her new guise.