Barking Dogs Never Bite

The first film from Korean director Boon Joon-ho ('Memories of Murder', 'The Host') is a dark comedy about a man who has decided dogs are not his best friend and takes matters into his own hands. A college professor with a pregnant wife is being led to the very end of his tether by the constant barking of a dog somewhere in their apartment complex. In a fit of rage, he snaps and kills the dog in a nearby flat - only to discover another dog is still barking elsewhere in the building...

Year: 2000
Genre: Drama, Korean Cinema, Black Humour
Country: Korea
Director: Boon Joon-ho
Starring: Sung-jae Lee, Bae Doo-na
Duration: 110 Minutes
Rating: M
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Korea)



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