South Korea | 2022 | Hong Sang-soo
A novelist who’s disenchanted with her writing goes on a trip to visit a former colleague, now a bookstore owner. During her sojourn, she has a chance encounter with a famous actress who’s also at an artistic crossroads. Their meeting leads to a kind of renewal for both women. Hong’s 27th feature finds his regular actors once again playing wryly funny, self-absorbed S. Korean creatives whose human connections and epiphanies come via a lot of talking, eating, and drinking. With Kim Min-hee. “Another gorgeous, meandering [Hong] film that’s rich with imperfect musings on life and art.” –Sight & Sound. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 92 min.
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