(Written on May 30) Reviewed below: Miss Granny (Jan 22) -- Venus Talk (Feb 13) -- Tabloid Truths (Feb 20) -- Broken (Apr 10) -- Han Gong-ju (Apr 17) -- A Girl at My Door (May 22) -- A Hard Day (May 29) -- The Admiral: Roaring Currents (Jul 30) -- Haemoo (Aug 13) -- My Ordinary Love Story (Aug 20) -- Tunnel 3D (Aug 20) -- Tazza: The Hidden Card (Sep 3) -- Hill of Freedom (Sep 4) -- The Wicked (Sep 11) -- Cart (Nov 13) -- My Love, Don't Cross That River (Nov 27) -- The Royal Tailor (Dec 24) -- How to Steal a Dog (Dec 31).Having lived a hard life and reached her seventies, Oh Mal-soon is a woman who doesn't take any crap from anyone.
Park or a jealous row with her rival Okja, or a volley of complaints fired at her daughter-in-law.
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.
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.