Lost in the Mountains

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    Lost in the Mountains

    Directed by

    South Korea

    2009

    31 min

    • Korean

    Drama

    Other Jeonju DIgital Project 2009 films: Butterflies Have No Memories by Lav Diaz and Koma by Naomi Kawase.

    Misook is on her way to Jeonju city to see her friend Jin-Young, riding her used car given newly as a gift by her brother in-law. However, Jin-Young is unable to stay longer hanging out with Misook, so Misook spends the night with Sangoak, her teacher and her ex-boyfriend. Next day, at Jin-Young’s place, Misook accidentally finds out the relationship going on between Sangoak and Jin-Young by looking at Sangoak's stuff at Jin-Young‘s place and she feels betrayed. With an agony she calls Myungwoo into Jeonju city…

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    Sang-soo Hong

    Sang-soo Hong

    South Korea

    Korean filmmaker, Hong Sang-soo (born in 1961) has written and directed more than sixteen film. His first feature, THE DAY A PIG FELL INTO THE WELL (1996) won several prizes at different international film festivals, including IFF Rotterdam, and was followed by WOMAN IS THE FUTURE OF MAN (2004) and TALE OF CINEMA (2005), both selected for competition in Cannes. In 2010, his film HAHAHA won the Un Certain Regard Prize at Cannes, where he subsequently competed with THE DAY HE ARRIVES (2011) and IN ANOTHER COUNTRY (2012). In 2013, with his film OUR SUNHI, he won the Leopard for Best Director at Locarno Film Festival, where in 2015 his feature RIGHT NOW, WRONG THEN was awarded the Golden Leopard for Best Film. His film YOURSELF AND YOURS screened at Toronto IFF and San Sebastian IFF.

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