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PROGRAM - Special Focus - Modern Italian Cinema: Regeneration Movement

Modern Italian Cinema: Regeneration Movement

Happy Times Will Come Soon

DIRECTOR Alessandro COMODIN Modern Italian Cinema: Regeneration Movement구분없음
Nation Italy 2016102minDCPcolor Fiction
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Overview

Tommaso and Arturo are on the run in a remote forest. They hunt for food, trying to survive and find their way through the lush nature. It’s quiet, almost peaceful, until the sound of gunshots.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
132 2017. 04. 28 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 3
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412 2017. 05. 01 11:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 3
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828 2017. 05. 05 14:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 3
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  • Review

    This is the new work of Alessandro Comodin who won the 13th Jeonju International Film Festival International Competition Grand Prize with Summer of Giacomo(2011). The story begins with a vague circumstance, possibly at the end of the World War II, where two young men are rushing through the bush. There is a wild wolf legend in this area. Happy Time Will Come Soon is the loose dramatization of a myth. This mysterious narrative based on southern Italy folktales creates a unique story by skipping from one phase to another. Story flows mysteriously refusing the audience to predict what will appear next. Comodin shows a skillful image manipulation incorporating fiction and documentary. Through an impressive depiction of imagination, desire and violence, Comodin creates a documentary-like reality, and also a dreamlike fable. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Alessandro COMODIN
    Screenplay Alessandro COMODIN, Milena MAGNANI
    Producer Adriano BASSI
    Cinematography Tristan BORDMANN
    Editor Joao NICOLAU
    Sound Mriko GUERRA
    Music Drache DUPAP
    Cast Sabrina SEVEYCOU, Erikas SIZONOVAS, Luca BERNARDI, MARCO GIORDANA, Carlo RIGONI

Director

Alessandro COMODIN

Born in 1982 in Udine, Italy. After studying in Bologna and Paris, he graduated in cinema direction from Institut National Superieur des Arts du Spectacle in Brussels. His first short film Jagdfieber(2009) was presented in Cannes for Directors’ Fortnight. He directed Summer of Giacomo(2011) which he won the Grand Prize at the 13th Jeonju International Film Festival. Happy Times Will Come Soon is his first feature film.