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An Eternity

Korea, 1998 (MIFF 1999, Fiction)

Director: Kim Dae-Hyun

An elderly woman silently carries out a what appears to be a ritualised activity, the point of which only becomes clear as the film progresses. This moving film from Korea is a beautiful meditation on life, death and the passage of time.

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