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  1. Locarno: Hong Sang-soo Wins Top Prize

    6:54 am 8/15/2015

    The Korean director takes the Golden Leopard for ‘Right Now, Wrong Then.’Read more

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  2. 'Right Now, Wrong Then' ('Jigeumeun matgo geuttaeneun teullida'): Locarno Review

    8:08 am 8/12/2015

    Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo's latest stars Jung Jae-young and Kim Minhee as a film director and aspiring painter who meet and spend the same day together, twice.Read more

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  3. 'A Matter of Interpretation' ('Kkum-bo-da Hae-mong'): Film Review

    9:12 pm 6/23/2015

    Long-time Hong Sang-soo collaborators Lee Kwang-kuk and Yu Jun-sang team up on a quirky comedy about an estranged couple and a dream-reading cop.Read more

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  4. 'Hill of Freedom' ('Jayueui onduk'): Venice Review

    12:06 pm 9/1/2014

    Hong Sang-soo's latest film unleashes Japanese star Ryo Kase as a lovelorn man searching for an old flame in Seoul.Read more

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  5. Mar del Plata Film Fest Announces LatAm Premieres of Garrel, Wajda, Dolan

    11:19 am 10/22/2013

    The only class A festival in Latin America unveiled part of its program, with LatAm premieres of the latest from Philippe Garrel, Andrzej Wajda, Xavier Dolan, and Shion Sono, among others. Read more

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  6. Our Sunhi (U ri Sunhi): Locarno Review

    10:30 am 8/10/2013

    Korean director Hong Sang-soo makes another low-key and loquacious film, this time about a film student who needs a recommendation letter. Read more

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  7. La Vie au Ranch: Film Review

    8:32 am 10/19/2012

    The French import centers on a group of twentysomething female friends.Read more

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  8. Cannes 2012: Kino Lorber Takes 'In Another Country' With Isabelle Huppert for U.S.

    4:00 am 5/25/2012

    The comic drama stars Isabelle Huppert as three different foreign women visiting a Korean seaside town.Read more

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  9. The Day He Arrives: Cannes 2011 Review

    11:26 am 5/20/2011

    After Hong Sangsoo's twelfth film, one wonders if there is more for the audience than the self-satisfaction of getting an in-joke or a charade.Read more

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