Director: Hong Sang-soo
Sungjoon, a film director who no longer makes films, goes to Seoul to meet a friend who doesn't show.
Lonely, he wanders among old haunts and bars. Amid the random circumstance of days spent in hard drinking and encountering strangers, acquaintances, and ex-lovers, Sungjoon confronts the unseen patterns shaping the contours of his own life.
MIFF regular Hong Sang-soo (Oki's Movie, MIFF 2011; Hahaha, MIFF 2010) returns with a droll existential work about a filmmaker facing a cycle of aimless days and nights. Or is it the same day, over and over?
"Hong refines his ever more refined miniatures with a consistency, delicacy and philosophical wit that make him comparable to the late Eric Rohmer." - Screen International
D/S Hong Sang-soo P Kim Kyounghee WS Finecut L Korean w/English subtitles TD 35mm/2011