• Volunteer
  • Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema
  • 19th Jeonju IFF
  • PROGRAM
  • EVENT
  • JPM
  • TICKET
  • FESTIVAL GUIDE
  • MEDIA
  • NOTICE & NEWS

Program  l  

-6.0℃
JEONJU    : AM

Cinemafest

The Trip to Spain The Trip to Spain

  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
Cinemafest | Cinemafest | Michael WINTERBOTTOM | UK | 2017 | 108min | DCP | color | Fiction
Director Michael WINTERBOTTOM Screenplay Michael WINTERBOTTOM Producer Melissa PARMENTER, Josh HYAMAS, Stefano NEGRI Cinematography James CLARKE Art Director N/A Editor Mags ARNOLD, Paul MONAGHAN, Marc RICHARDSON Sound Will WHALE Music . Cast Steve COOGAN, Rob BRYDON

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
150 2018. 05. 04 20:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
EK15
Ticket Wish
430 2018. 05. 07 14:00 Jeonju Cinema Town 7
EK15
Ticket Wish
  • Review

    Having conquered Italy and the UK, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon head to Spain this time. Directed by Michael Winterbottom, the film depicts the two men’s road trip across Spain, starting from places like San Sebastian and Santander and travelling all the way south to Malaga. They visit famous restaurants and eateries and travel as versions of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. A lot of time has passed since their previous trips and there are palpable signs of ageing. Perhaps for this reason, their Spanish trip seems a little loftier and gloomier. They enjoy themselves on the road but their contemplation of old age is evident in each scene. The film visits small yet distinctive places rather than famous tourist spots, thereby focusing on the middle-aged men’s loneliness. Nevertheless, their trip is full of expectations. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Michael WINTERBOTTOM

"Born in UK. His work for television includes The Magic Lantern-a documentary based on Ingmar Bergman’s autobiography, which won the Best Documentary Prize at Valladolid Film Festival; Forget About Me(1990), Under the Sun(1992) ?shown at the Turin and London Film Festivals, which won the Prix Europa and was BAFTA nominated. His first feature was Butterfly Kiss(1995), which was selected for Competition at Berlinale."