The director Kim Ki-duk died at the age of 59. Here is all you want to know and more!
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Veteran art-house film director whose work included 3-Iron and Samaritan Girl.
He won first prize in a screenwriting contest held by the Korean Film Council in 1995.
His 2012 film Pieta became the first South Korean film to receive Best Film honors at the three international film festivals: Venice, Berlin, and Cannes.
"Yes I did study to be a preacher, but I didn't finish."Kim Ki-duk
"An artist's creative energy is ephemeral as a flower. It blooms and soon dies. No artist is great forever. Personally, I think I reached my peak in 2004 when I shot 'Samaria' and '3-Iron'."Kim Ki-duk
"Many people who have watched 'Pieta' have said my filmmaking has become more objective."Kim Ki-duk
"I don't really know how I grow. I can only see the changes when I look at the films."Kim Ki-duk
"I don't have the ability to find a middle ground with my audiences, and I know this too well."Kim Ki-duk