|122||2016. 04. 29||14:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||KEK15GV|
|336||2016. 05. 01||17:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 5||KEK15GV|
|930||2016. 05. 07||18:00||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9||KEK15|
Seongdu graduates from a reputable law school and pretends to be preparing for the bar exam at his mother’s urging. However, he’s actually only interested in coffee and works in a cafe that his late father used to own. Eventually, his mother finds out and he runs off to his aunt who runs an old coffee shop in another province. Seongdu wants to save the old coffee shop and his aunt reluctantly agrees. He changes the name of the coffee shop to Star Park’s and renovates the interior but none of the elderly locals are interested. Seongdu may just have to start delivering coffee. Like Barbie(2012), this is a rare Lee Sangwoo movie that is not rated R. The theme is the rehabilitation of characters but the director’s distinct, troubled perspective on the world is powerfully present. (KIM Youngjin)
|Art Director||LEE Youn-kyoung|
|Cast||BAEK Sung-hyun, LEE Sang-a, SEO Shin-ae, LEE Jung-gu|
Born in 1971. Graduated from the Film Department of UC Berkley. His debut feature Tropical Manila(2008) was invited to various international film festivals. He then directed Mother Is a Whore(2009), Father Is a Dog(2010) and Fire in Hell(2012), which was invited to the 13th Jeonju International Film Festival, and then EXIT, a part of Short! Short! Short! 2013 of Jeonju International Film Festival. He then directed Speed(2015).
Pressured by his mom, Seongdu graduated law school and is now pretending to prepare for the bar exam but he’s actually working in a cafe due to his love of coffee. His friend helps him to fly under his mom’s radar but his is eventually caught and makes a run for it to his aunt who runs an old coffee shop in Samcheok.