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U.S. Theatrical Premiere at the Maysles Cinema in Harlem!
April 16th through the 22nd at 7:30pm each night.
"Magnificent—and also magnificently constructed," writes Richard Brody of 'Oki's Movie' in 'The New Yorker'. "[Hong sang-soo is] a true and rare artist."
(Dir. Hong Sang-soo, 2010, 80 min.)
Documentary filmmaking is the secret star of the elegant narrative film Oki's Movie, a quartet of interlocking vignettes by Korean auteur director Hong Sang-soo and one of the most important films in his oeuvre. An official selection of the Venice, Toronto and New York Film Festivals, Oki's Movie follows a young woman as she hikes Seoul's Mount Acha twice, a year apart, accompanied by different boyfriends: first a fellow student, then a professor. She documents the trips and then edits together corresponding locations on the mountain: the parking lot, a small pavilion, a wooden bridge; her juxtapositions are revelatory, both of her relationship with each and of the power of cinema.
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