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Korea Cinemascape

Ephemerals to Remember Ephemerals to Remember

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Korea Cinemascape | Korea Cinemascape | PARK Youngim | Korea | 2018 | 166min | DCP | color/b&w | Fiction
Director PARK Youngim Screenplay PARK Youngim Producer Park Youngim, Kimjung Minwoo Cinematography Kimjung Minwoo Art Director Park Sunghee Editor Park Youngim Sound Kimjung Minwoo Music Kimjung Minwoo Cast Mongdol, Lee Hunjoo, Kimjung Minwoo

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
302 2018. 05. 06 10:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4
KE15GV
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506 2018. 05. 08 10:30 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 8
KE15
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835 2018. 05. 11 17:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
KE15
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  • Review

    The third feature film from Park Youngim after [#i_]The Romance of a Mediocre Actress and a Short Bald Man[_i#](2015) and [#i_]The Name of the Nameless[_i#](2016) takes its title from Ki Hyeongdo’s famous poem and features a poet named Kim. One day her husband disappears without a word, and she finds an abandoned dog by the reservoir. She struggles to get on with life but things only get tougher every day. Instead of filling her days with special events, the film offers an internal rhythm that flows by, focusing on contemplative descriptions of the character and her surroundings. Despite the frivolous reality, Kim writes poetry and embraces objects and living things, thereby showing a portrait of an artist. As with Park’s other works, the film is tinged with her autobiographical confession and lovingly gazes upon small things in life. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

PARK Youngim

As the co-head of Soonlee Film, she has made shorts and feature films. The Romance of a Mediocre Actress and??a Shot Bald Man(2015) was invited to Korean Competition at Jeonju International Film Festival in 2015 and The Name of the Nameless(2016) was screened at Seoul Independent Documentary Film Festival in 2016. Ephemerals to Remember is her third feature film.