|210||2016. 04. 30||10:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||HEK15|
|431||2016. 05. 02||17:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7||HEK15|
|642||2016. 05. 04||21:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 3||HEK15|
The film is a short note on the present and the future of Europe seen through images. The camera follows a man who lost memories after being robbed and wanders around in search of his lost past and new self. His travel is hardly about searching for identity but about an act of exploration into his lost time and the uncertain future. In this abstract film, the fabric of images remind us of the drifting present of Europe. Places he visits are used as a tool to deliver the sense of crisis and chaos. The film can be an adventure embarked by a veiwfinder. With the approach, the director wanted to find how to express a future from the present and a future of cinema. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Screenplay||Fiona TAN, Jonathan ROMNEY|
|Art Director||Patty Groot BLUEMINK|
|Editor||Nathalie Alonso CASALE|
|Music||Ray HARMAN, Leo ANEMAET|
|Cast||Mark O’HALLORAN, Denis LAVANT, Anne CONSIGNY, Christos PASSALIS|
Born in 1966, Indonesia. An artist working primarily with film and video. She studied at?Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Her early works such as, Facing Forward(1998) have been analyzed from a post-colonial perspective. Countenance(2002) and The Changeling(2006) have been discussed within the discourse on the archive and archival principles. History’s Futures nominated Tiger Awards at International Film Festival Rotterdam 2016.
Losing his memory after a mugging, a man leaves his home and sets out on a journey ? in search for his memory and a new identity. He confronts an era of crisis and the complexity of the 21st-century West.