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36e 18 - 27.03.2022

On the Beach at Night Alone

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Winner of the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 2017 Berlinale, Kim Min-hee plays a young Korean woman who is visiting Europe to reflect on her life ­– after having given up everything at home: her work, her friends, her married lover – and who then returns to her home country. With a title inspired by a poem by Walt Whitman, this poetic portrait indirectly evokes an affair of the director himself that caused a scandal in South Korea.
  • Fiction
  • KOR, DEU
  • 2017 | 101 min. | Colour
  • Language : Korean | English | German
  • Subtitles : Français
Cast & Crew
Hong Sang-soo
Park Hong-yeol
Kim Hyung-ku
Hahm Sung-won
Song Jea-jin
Kwon Hae-hyo
Mun Seong-kun
Jeong Jae-yeong
Seo Young-hwa
Kim Min-hee
Hong Sang-soo
Production Company
, Jeonwonsa Film
Print Contact
Capricci Films
Jim Martin
Hong Sang-soo
South Korea, 1960
The Power of Kangwon Province (selected in Cannes 1998)
Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Cachelors (selected in Cannes 2000)
Hahaha (Un Certain Regard 2010)
Our Sunhi (Best Director, Locarno 2013)
Right Now, Wrong Then (Golden Leopard, Locarno 2015)

Conception: By the way studio - Développement: Agence MiNT

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