I'm a Cyborg, but That's OK (Saibogujiman Kwenchana)
- South Korea
- 107 min
- Directed by: Park Chan-wook
- Cast: Rain, Lim Su-jeong, Ji-hoon, Choi Hee-jin
Best known for the Quentin Tarantino-championed 'Oldboy', Park Chan-wook's unique take on the romantic comedy is set in an insane asylum. Cha Young-goon (Lim Soo-jung) is a young girl who thinks she's a cyborg. Fellow inmate Park Il-soon (Rain) falls for her innocent charm. Whimsical, charming and with moments of violence at its heart, Park's film is a kooky kind of love story.
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Reviews & features
I’m A Cyborg, But That’s Ok24 Apr 2008
SCI-FI (15) 105 min Korean director Park Chan-wook burst onto the international film scene with the ferocious Oldboy in 2003. The bleak and violent study of revenge was very publicly championed by Quentin Tarantino. However, after the unrelenting…
Profile - Park Chan-wook24 Apr 2008
Name Park Chan-wook Born 23 August, 1963, Jecheon, South Korea Background While studying philosophy at Sogang University in Seoul Park started a ‘cine-club’ showing films to the students. Then, one day he played Vertigo and it all fell into…
I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK16 Aug 2007
Firm Festival favourite Park Chan-wook, the South Korean filmmaker who served up the queasy perplexing delights of Old Boy and Lady Vengeance, returns with something very different. I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK is a madcap romantic comedy set inside a…
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