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Expanded Cinema

Let the Summer Never Come Again Let the Summer Never Come Again

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Expanded Cinema | Expanded Cinema | Alexandre KOBERIDZE | Germany, Georgia | 2017 | 202min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Alexandre KOBERIDZE Screenplay Alexandre KOBERIDZE Producer Nutsa TSIKARIDZE, Keti KIPIANI, Alexandre KOBERIDZE Cinematography Alexandre KOBERIDZE Art Director N/A Editor Alexandre KOBERIDZE Sound N/A Music N/A Cast Mate KEVLISHVILI, Giorgi BOCHORISHVILI

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
112 2018. 05. 04 11:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 8
HEK15GV
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319 2018. 05. 06 13:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 8
HEK15GV
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  • Review

    [#i_]Let the Summer Never Come Again[_i#] is a creative experimental film on visual image and storytelling. It is a simple love story in the form of road movie, of which it seems meaningless to explain the gist. In addition to its long runtime of 3 hours 20 minutes, this film has a special feature of shooting with a cellular phone by Sony Ericsson, and it disassembles the image as a pixel-by-pixel signal, just as it challenges the convention of viewing. The cell phone image in the ultra-low-resolution looks like an Impressionist oil painting. People rarely appear on still images of the streets, train stations, and markets in the Republic of Georgia, and the characters are treated less than the places in many scenes. With the incoherent narrative, Alexandre Koberidze pioneered the field of innovative expression against traditional narration. [JANG Byungwon]

Director

Alexandre KOBERIDZE

Born in 1984 in Tbilisi, Georgia. From 2001 to 2005 he was studying Film producing at Film and Theater University in Tbilisi. Since 2009 he studies directing at German Film and Television Academy Berlin(DFFB). Colophon(2015) is his first short film and was presented in Oberhausen. His second feature, Let the Summer Never Come Again has been to FID Marseille where it won the Grand Prix of the International Competition.