Close-Up - Famalicão Film Observatory - Episode 6.3 programme (session Cinema Stories, In The Mood for Kar-Way and Sang-soo)
Casa das Artes | Small Auditorium - 15h00
General admission: 2 euros | Quadrilateral Card: 1 euro | Free admission: Students, seniors and members of film clubs | Original title: Domangchin yeoja (South Korea, 2020) | Director: Hong Sang-Soo | Cast: Kim Min-hee, Seo Young-hwa, Song Seon-mi, Kim Sae-byuk | Rating: M/12 | Duration: 75 min
Married for five years, young Gam-hee has never been away from her husband for a day. Now that he's gone on a business trip out of Seoul, she takes the opportunity to visit three close friends she hasn't seen in a long time. Each encounter, as well as the conversation she has with each of the girls, will have a strong impact on how Gam-hee views her relationship. It will make her re-evaluate the choices she has made so far.
A dramatic film written and directed by acclaimed South Korean director Hong Sang-soo ("Night and Day", "In Another Country", "Right Now, Wrong Then", "The Day After") which won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the Berlin Film Festival. With Kim Min-hee - Sang-soo's real-life muse and companion - taking on the leading role.