|248||2016. 04. 30||17:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) TM||HEK15|
|429||2016. 05. 02||17:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||HEK15|
|707||2016. 05. 05||10:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) TM||HEK15|
Baigazin is a rising Kazakhstani director who won the Silver Bear at Berlin with his debut feature, Harmony Lesson. The film concerned Aslan’s boyhood, while The Wounded Angel depicts diverse characters. Set in Kazakhstan in mid-90s, the film reveals four boys. Zharas hauls sacks of flour to make ends meet. Toad scavenges for scrap metal and Chick is preparing for a song contest. Aslan learns his girlfriend pregnant just before his admission to medical school. They are teenagers aspiring for their own future, but the reality defies them. The director closely follows the boys painfully challenged by the reality. It speaks about the pain of growing as well as the director’s confession on the current nation. The film arouses cinematically familiar but still heavy sense of weight of reality. (LEE Sang-yong)
|Producer||Thierry LOUNAS, Jonas KATZENSTEIN, Maximilian LEO|
|Art Director||Emir BAIGAZIN|
|Sound||KROHN, Benjamin HORBE|
|Cast||Nurlybek SAKTAGANOV, Madiyar ARIPBAY, Madiyar NAZAROV, Omar ADILOV|
Born in 1984, Kazakhstan. Emir BAIGAZIN studied at the Kazakh National Academy of Arts, with the specialty of film direction and cinema. His debut feature Harmony Lessons(2013) won a Silver Bear for an Outstanding Artistic Achievement in the Berlinale Internaional Film Festival Competition 2013. His second feature, The Wounded Angel, has nominated in the Berlinale Internaional Film Festival Competition 2016.
A time of economical crisis. Zharas carries bags of flour to feed his family. Chick prepares a singing contest. Toad collects metal scraps to resell. Aslan finds out that his girlfriend got pregnant.