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PROGRAM - World Cinemascape - World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts

World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts

Exile

DIRECTOR Rithy PANH World Cinemascape: Masters for Shorts구분없음
Nation Cambodia, France 201677minDCPcolor Documentary
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Overview

Exile is abandonment, a terrifying solitude. In exile, one´s self is lost, one suffers, andone fades away. But it is also possible to find one´s own. It all starts with exile, and nothing is anything without it.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
260 2017. 04. 29 20:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 5
HEK15
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533 2017. 05. 02 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4DX
HEK15
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729 2017. 05. 04 14:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4DX
HEK15
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  • Review

    Exile is the film essay of a survivor of the Killing Fields, Rithy Panh, who grew up in France. In 1979, Panh left Phnom Penh to escape the genocide. This incident brought scars, traumatic memories, and identity issues. A documentary, a reenactment, or even an avant-garde film, Exile is hard to place in one category. Using news reels, theater, and stop motion clay animation, the story traces Panh’s memories, dreams, and emotions in a stream of consciousness. Through his private testimony, memories of the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia, the objects which bring history to life and his fantasy, Panh tries to recreate the past he has never forgotten, but each part adds to the sense of loneliness and loss in his dry voice. This beautiful yet painful record is a new form of autobiography and mental landscape. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Rithy PANH
    Screenplay Rithy PANH
    Producer Catherine DUSSART
    Cinematography Mesar PRUM, Rithy PANH
    Art Director Mang SARITH, Sang NAN
    Editor Rithy PANH
    Music Marc MARDER
    Sound Eric TISSERAND
    Cast Sang NAN, Randal DOUC

Director

Rithy PANH

Born in 1964, his family and other residents were expelled from the Cambodian capital in 1975 by the Khmer Rouge. Eventually, he made his way to Paris and graduated from Institute for the Advanced Cinematographic Studies. He won Grand Prize at Scam as Site 2(1989) and won Un Certain Regard as The Missing Picture(2013).