蹂몃Ц 諛붾줈媛湲 硫붾돱 諛붾줈媛湲
Memu

겕젅뵩

  • Director ZHANG Lu
  • Producer Lu ZHANG 옣瑜
  • Cast Haeil PARK 諛뺥빐씪 / Sori MOON 臾몄냼由 / Jinyoung JUNG 젙吏꾩쁺 / Sodam PARK 諛뺤냼떞
  • Screenplay Lu ZHANG 옣瑜
  • Cinematography Youngjik CHO 議곗쁺吏
  • Production Design Chohea KIM 源珥덊삙
  • Production Company LUFILM
    Korea 4F, 10, Dongsomun-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
    Tel: 010 44411853
    lufilm@naver.com
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Ode to the Goose

World Premiere
  • CountryKorea
  • Date of Production2018
  • Running Time122min
  • Format DCP
  • colorColor
  • genre

봽濡쒓렇옩 끂듃

Yoon-young falls for Song-hyeon who is married to his friend. When she gets divorced, he takes her to Gunsan for a spontaneous trip. The guest house they stay is run by a mid-aged man and his autistic daughter. Four characters connections cross in this love affairs in Gunsan. The director셲 previous film Gyeongju captured the city in a very attractive demeanor and this film could easily be called Gunsan in the same sense that the film focuses on the city셲 beauty and the history within. Gunsan preserves many Japanese style buildings and gardens as well as photos of Japanese colonial army셲 cruelty and the film brings up the hidden shape of the world underneath its surface. The couple셲 relationship, seemingly ordinary, is far from it once we learn their past. The film also displays authentic performances by actors such as Park Haeil, Moon Sori, Jung Jinyoung, Park Sodam, Moon Sook, Myung Gye-nam, Jung Eun-chae, Han Ye-ri, Lee Mi-sook, Yoon Je-moon. (Nam Dong-chul)

SCHEDULE

  • 006
  • 10-05     20:00
  • Busan Cinema Center Haneulyeon Theater
  • 12꽭 씠긽 愿엺
  • 228
  • 10-07     20:00
  • CGV Centum City 7
  • 12꽭 씠긽 愿엺
Director
DIRECTOR

ZHANG Lu

Zhang Lu began his career with the short film Eleven (2000), which was invited to the Venice International Film Festival. Beginning with his feature debut, Tang Poetry (2003), his films were all screened at major international festivals, including Grain in Ear (2005), which won the New Currents Award at the Busan International Film Festival, Desert Dream (2007), in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival, and the series Chongqing (2008) and Iri (2008). Dooman River (2009) received a Special Mention from the Generation 14Plus Youth Jury at Berlin. Zhang셲 most recent films include Scenery (2013), Gyeongju (2014) and Love And (2015). A Quiet Dream was the opening film of Busan International Film Festival in 2016.

ARTISTRY
  • BNK 遺궛뻾
  • 젣꽕떆뒪
  • 닚눥諛뺤뒪
  • 硫붽諛뺤뒪닚
  • 濡뜲而ъ쿂썚뒪
  • CJ CGV
  • CJ E&M
  • GKL궗쉶怨듯뿄옱떒