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A Day Off

LEE Man-hee

  • 국가Korea
  • 제작연도1968
  • 러닝타임74min
  • 상영포맷 DCP
  • 컬러B&W

Program note

Sometimes movies are remembered for their sceneries and atmospheres. A Day Off focuses on the atmosphere of space, especially among Director LEE Man-hee’s filmography, who boasted a wide range of spectra, from popular narrative genres to genre experimentation. Following a tough Sunday of poor lovers HEO Wook (SHIN Sung-il) and Ji Yeon (JEON Jiyeon), the film is considered the essence of Korean modernist films in the 1960s. With the realistic scenery on the streets of Seoul, the familiar landscapes of everyday life spread to the anxiety and depression of the times in line with the tired and sad realities the lovers face. The film was banned at the time of its release for reasons of gloom and decadence, but was found and restored in 2005. (SONG Kyungwon)

Credit

  • Director LEE Man-hee
  • Producer Ui-seon HONG 홍의선
  • Cast Seong-il SHIN 신성일 / Yun-seong JI 지윤성
  • Screenplay Gyeol BAEK 백결
  • CODE
  • DATE
  • TIME
  • THEATER
  • code
  • 날짜10-10
  • 시간19:00
  • 상영관Busan Citizen Park BIFF Theater
  • 12세관람가
  • code770
  • 날짜10-11
  • 시간16:00
  • 상영관Lotte Cinema Centum City 10
  • 12세관람가

Director

Director

LEE Man-hee

Born in 1931 in Seoul, LEE Man-hee produced films including The Marine Never Returned (1963), Black Hair (1964), The Devil’s Stairs (1964), The Market Place (1965), Full Autumn (1966), Homebound (1967), A Day Off (1968),4 o’clock, Nineteen Fifty (1972), and The Road to Sampo (1975). He made various genre movies in addition to quite a few works that are compatible with contemporary Eastern European Modernism.

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