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Table of Contents Introduction: Hunting for the Whale I. Genres of Post-Trauma 1. At the Edge of a Metropolis in A Fine Windy Day and Green Fish 2. Nowhere to Run: Disenfranchised Men on the Road in The Man with Three Coffins, Sopyonje, and Out to the World 3. "Is this How the War is Remembered?": Violent Sex and Korean War in Silver Stallion, Spring in My Hometown, and The Taebaek Mountains 4. Post-Trauma and Historical Remembrance in A Single Spark and A Petal II. New Korean Cinema Auteurs 5. Male Crisis in the Early Films of Park Kwang-su 6. Jang Sun-woo's Three "F" Words: Familism, Fetishism, and Fascism 7. Too Early/Too Late: Temporality and Repetition in Hong Sang-su's Films III. Fin-de-siècle Anxieties 8. Lethal Work: Domestic Space and Gender Troubles in Happy End and The Housemaid 9. "Each Man Kills the Thing He Loves": Transgressive Agents, National Security, and Blockbuster Aesthetics in Shiri and Joint Security Area Notes Filmography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Motion pictures Korea (South)Men in motion pictures, Masculinity in motion pictures