WHITE NIGHT

The plot appears to follow a man who returns to Korea for one night. He has been away for an extended period of time. At a cafe, he meets up with a past love or friend he left behind when he left Korea. The mousetached man is still upset about the past event, and perhaps also by him having left. He claims that he is involved someone different, as does the main character – “a 35 year old in Germany”. Equally wounded, tears begin to form in the eye of the main character, and he abruptly leaves the cafe without saying goodbye, when his friend or past love goes back in to make another order.

DIRECTED BY: Lee-song Hee-il
RELEASE DATE: 2012
DURATION: 75 minutes
COUNTRY: South Korea

 

“La nuit, lorsque la ville s’endort, les vraies émotions ressurgissent. A Séoul, c’est la nuit que les gens s’aiment, qu’ils se déchirent, que la violence peut exploser. C’est cet aspect de Séoul qui m’intéressait”
Lee-song Hee-il à Les Inrockuptibles

24.07 I 19:00 – TICKETS

ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
Korean

DATE
24.07 I 19:00

SUB-TITLES
English

PLACE
Cinema Galeries
Galerie de la reine 26
1000 Bruxelles

PRICE
8.50/6,50/Art27/UGC Unlimited

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