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Metascore®Generally favorable reviewsbased on a weighted average of allcritic review scores.
An unforgettable experience from yet another filmmaker who is making South Korean cinema one of the most vibrant of any emerging on the international scene.
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Although overlong and diffuse, Oasis, written and directed by Lee Chang-dong, boasts many powerful moments.
A brave film in the way it shows two people who find any relationship almost impossible, and yet find a way to make theirs work. The problems with the film come because it overstays its welcome.
An eloquent expression of both unorthodox romance and bitter disillusionment with the hypocritical institutions of family and society.
The remarkable if overlong Korean film Oasis strips away much of the sentimentality and goody-two-shoes attitudes that the movies traditionally display toward disabled people.
Oasis is utterly beguiling because Lee, like many other percipient Asian filmmakers, is simply more attentive to his characters' emotional tumult than the audience's.
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