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The Woman Who Ran

도망친 여자

Rating: PG13 (Some Coarse Language 些许粗俗语言)

Synopsis

Hong’s longtime collaborator Kim Min-Hee stars again as the protagonist in this trifurcated film. She plays Gam Hee, who, on the rare occasion of her husband’s absence, visits two friends and bumps into a third. Mundane, meandering conversations between women—and the occasional men—play out in long takes with precise performances, yielding complex character studies. Through these interactions, Gam Hee’s perception of the world and herself is subtly altered.

Resuming his characteristically unassuming yet self- reflexive directorial style, Hong once again transforms the quotidian into insightful observations about people and their relationships with seemingly effortless ease.

Details

Director:

Hong Sang-soo

Country:

South Korea

Duration:

77 Mins

Rating:

PG13 (Some Coarse Language 些许粗俗语言)

Year:

2020

Language(s):

Korean

Showtimes

Cinema

01 Dec 2020, Tuesday, 9:30pm

Filmgarde Bugis+ Hall 3

05 Dec 2020, Saturday, 6:30pm

Filmgarde Bugis+ Hall 3

Film Credits

Director

Hong Sang-Soo is a South Korean film director and screenwriter who is known for his minimalist and intricate depictions of everyday life. He won the prestigious Golden Leopard at Locarno Film Festival for Right Now, Wrong Then (2015). A familiar name in the film festival circuit, Hong bagged the Silver Bear for Best Director at this year’s Berlinale for The Woman Who Ran.

Cast & Crew

Producer:

Hong Sang-Soo

Cast:

Kim Min-Hee
Seo Young-Hwa
Song Seon-Mi