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100 Years of Korean Cinema: Another Upspring of Korean Cinema

Homebound

 

Director_ LEE Man-hee
 
Korea 1967 90min DCP b&w feature Fiction
Review

Homebound and Late Autumn are often mentioned as Lee Man-hee’s best films. Homebound is the story of a woman who visits a newspaper office in Seoul every week to deliver the story that her wheelchair-bound husband writes for the newspaper. The film slowly follows the lives of people who deviated from the modernization. Director Lee contrasts the scenery of Seoul in the 1960s with the portraits of people who don’t belong there. The film shows his sharp editing, screen composition and great visualization of a sort of agoraphobia. [KIM Youngjin]

CREDIT
  • DirectorLEE Man-hee
  • ScreenplayBAEK Kyeol
  • ProducerWOO Ki-dong
  • CinematographyLEE Seok-Ki
  • MusicJEON Jung-geun
  • EditorKIM Hee-Su
  • Art DirectorKIM Yu-Jun
CastKIM Jin-kyu, MOON Jung-sook, JEON Kye-hyun
FILM SOURCE
Korean Film Archive / kofa@koreafilm.or.kr
DIRECTOR
LEE Man-hee
 
Born in 1931, passed away 1975. He worked from 1950's to 1970's. His most notable films include The Marines Who Never Returned (1963), The Road to Sampo (1975).
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