Korejas Filmu festivāls
Kinoteātra "Kino Bize" telpās 25., 27. un 28. jūnijā norisināsies Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) atbalstīts Korejas Filmu festivāls. Pirmo filmu 25. jūnija plkst. 18.00 ievadīs profesors Sun Jung Park no Catholic University of Pusan (Dienvidkoreja), taču pēc katra seansa gaidāma jautājumu un atbilžu sērija.
Filmas tiks demonstrētas ar subtitriem angļu valodā.
"Mikrovide" ir par Seulas istabeni Miso, kas ar baudu smēķē un izdzer glāzi viskija pēc darba. Dzīves dārdzības mudināta viņa sapako mugursomu un apciemo draugus, agrākos grupas biedrus.
"Pēc manas nāves" jauna meitene netaisni tiek apsūdzēta kādas citas jaunavas skubināšanā uz pašnāvību.
"Tīģeris ziemā" līdztekus no zvērudārza izbēgušam tīģerim no mājām tiek patriekts kāds jauns vīrietis. Klaiņojumos viņš satiek savu bijušo draudzeni.
(Please see the synopsis in English below.)
18:00 - Microhabitat / Mikrovide
(ar Sun Jung Park ievadu)
20:10 - After My Death / Pēc manas nāves
18:00 - A Tiger in Winter / Tīģeris ziemā
20:00 - After My Death / Pēc manas nāves
18:00 - Mikrohabitat / Mikrovide
20:00 - A Tiger in Winter / Tīģeris ziemā
Ieejas biļete: 5 eur/3,50 eur*
*studentiem, skolēniem, senioriem
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Miso is a 31-year-old housemaid making 45,000 KRW per day in Seoul. Her only joys in life are cigarettes, one glass of whiskey after work, and her poor boyfriend who dreams of becoming a webtoon artist. Though not rich, Miso is content until she reaches a crisis. Beginning on the first day of the year, the cost of cigarettes rises a whole 2,000 KRW! Such a rise in price is enough for a daily worker like Miso to have to decide to give something up. Unable to let go of either whiskey or cigarettes, she decides to give up her home. The price of housing in Seoul is, after all, the most expensive thing to her. After putting all her belongings in a backpack and a carrier bag, she begins searching out the five friends with whom she was in a band during her 20s. As she searches for her friends spread throughout Seoul, we meet normal people living normal lives. This is a story of today’s youths, poor but holding on to their self-respect. (NAM Dong-chul)
After My Death
A girl goes missing. Suicide is suspected, but nothing is certain, as no body, suicide note, or evidence is found. When she arrives at school, Yeong-hui discovers that she was the last one to spend time with the missing girl. Amid wild conjecture Yeong-hui is suspected of having goaded the girl into killing herself. Yeong-hui denies the accusation, but still feels guilty somehow, and the dead girl’s mother follows Yeong-hui. After My Death shows the madness that does not stop until someone is punished as an assailant. Unable to accept her daughter’s death, the mother suspects Yeong-hui to be the bad guy, and her friends, teachers and police come to the same conclusion. Yeong-hui’s guilt does not stem from having done something wrong, but people are not interested in the truth–only in someone to condemn. Reason and tolerance have no sway in the world of After My Death. And school is the perfect place for a witch-hunt. Anyone can be a scapegoat.
A Tiger in Winter
On a winter day when a tiger escapes from the zoo, Gyeong-yu is kicked out of his girlfriend’s house for some unknown reason. Having nowhere to go, Gyeong-yu wanders around and works as a proxy driver, before coming across an ex, Yu-jeong. Yu-jeong has become a novelist, which was Gyeongyu’s dream, but she has not been able to write a story for a while. A new journey begins for Gyeongyu and Yu-jeong. Director Lee Kwangkuk has made two feature films in a unique style, stacking layers of narrative. Romance Joe and A Matter of Interpretation were two films where reality and unreality are layered atop one another to create the characters and emotions. His third feature, A Tiger in Winter is different. He utilizes the relatively simple method of following one character. Though simple, this is a method closing in more on the emotions of a character. The artistic and creative pain and a creator’s pride, a character’s loneliness and thirst for affection, the difficulties of survival and social hierarchy—these are some of the elements of Lee films that are still interesting.
With English subtitles.
5,00 / 3,50* Eur
* for pupils, students, seniors