France, South Korea | 2017 | Hong Sang-soo
In this sunny new comedy from South Korea’s prolific Hong Sang-soo (On the Beach at Night Alone), Isabelle Huppert plays Claire, a French schoolteacher with a Polaroid camera. On her first visit to Cannes, Claire meets Manhee (Kim Min-hee), a South Korean film sales agent who has just been fired by her female boss of five years. Claire and Manhee team up and prowl around the seaside resort city, taking pictures and uncovering the circumstances that may have led to Manhee’s sudden dismissal. “This tale of chance encounters at a big film festival is easy on the eye and strewn with humorous gems.” –Hollywood Reporter. Subtitles. DCP. 69 min.
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