Kim Ki-Duk is the first monograph devoted to the South Korean filmmaker, who has completed 12 astonishing works in just nine years, including the widely acclaimed masterpiece of minimalism, Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall . . . . and Spring, of which Peter Brunette of IndieWire said, 'By focusing so simply but so obsessively on the natural world, it attends to what the great German film theorist Siegfried Kracauer called the true vocation of the cinema: the redemption of physical reality. After seeing this film, you will be changed.'