Hailed as a seminal film of the Korean New Wave, acclaimed director Lee Chang-dong's "Oasis" is the story of the struggle of two social misfits to find love and acceptance. Fate helped bring them together; family fought to keep them apart. Nae-sang Ahn, So-ri Moon, Seung-wan Ryoo and Kyung-gu Sol star. "One of the most original films of the decade" - SF Chronicle.

Year: 2002
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Korean Cinema
Country: Korea
Director: Chang-dong Lee
Starring: Nae-sang Ahn, So-ri Moon, Kyung-gu Sol, Seung-wan Ryoo
Duration: 132 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains sexual references.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Korea)



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