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Art and Culture 1 Updated: 2012-04-03 00:00:00 KST

It's a rainy Tuesday afternoon, and for those of you looking for something to do INDOORS, our arts and culture reporter Michelle Kim has the details on the latest events.
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[Reporter : Michelle Kim] Hello, Conn-young

Well, it's pouring outside and all I want to do is watch a fun movie, indoors, with some popcorn and a soda. Do you have any suggestions about a rainy day movie[Reporter : ] How about four options A Korean movie newly released in theaters is sure to make you laugh, although you wouldn't know it from the movie's description.

The movie "Over My Dead Body" is a criminal drama film that depicts three people, each fighting with each other to steal a corpse, all for different reasons.

One of the characters is trying to steal the corpse, another is chasing it, and another actually becomes the corpse.

[Interview : Lee Bum-Soo, Actor] "The characters and actors are all very unique, and they have this distinct energy that is hard to dislike or disregard. The audience can feel some sort of attachment to all of the characters in this film."

Moving on to a movie out of Hollywood, "Wrath of the Titans" is out in theaters.

Based on Greek mythology, "Wrath of the Titans" is the sequel to the popular "Clash of the Titans" film that came out two years ago.

If you liked the special effects in the first film, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the intricate details in "Wrath of the Titans," especially in the movie's mind-blowing war scenes.

[Interview : Sam Worthington, Actor] "You want to have a normal life and do normal things but if you were destined to do greater things that responsibility not only can affect the way you see the world but it will definitely affect, in this case, your son, and how he sees the world."

The third film I have for you is "Tyrannosaur," a love story between a man who lost his wife and a woman who has an abusive husband.

"Tyrannosaur" portrays the process of how two lonely and wounded souls meet and miraculously guide each other through a painful part of their lives.

And finally, if none of those movies sound like your cup of tea, you could check out the movie, "When We Leave," which deals with the Islamic culture of honor-killings.

The films shows the lives of women living in a patriarchal world with no rights or freedom of expression. The performance of Sibel Kekilli alone is worth the price of admission.
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