Right Now, Wrong Then, 2015

RIGHT NOW, WRONG THEN Trailer | Festival 2015

Right Now, Wrong Then, 2015

Hong Sang-soo

Ham Chunsu (Jung Jaeyoung) is an art-film director who has come to Suwon for a screening of one of his movies. He meets Yoon Heejung (Kim Minhee), a fledgling artist. She’s never seen any of his films but knows he’s famous; he’d like to see her paintings and then go for sushi and soju. Every word, every pause, every facial expression, and every movement is a negotiation between revelation and concealment. So they walk the fine line all the way to a tough and mordantly funny end point, at which time... we begin again.

Hong Sang-soo achieves a maximum of layered nuance with a minimum of people, places, and incidents. Enriched by the naturalistic performances of the two leads, Hong’s elegant or eccentric experiments with narrative form, his characteristically subtle camerawork (with gracefully staged long takes accented by a slight pan or a sudden zoom) and unexpected bursts of humour, Right Now, Wrong Then is a delightful addition to Hong’s cinematic catalogue.
(NYFF & Giovanna Fulvi)

Hong Sang-soo
(1960, South Korea) studied at the university of Seoul and subsequently attended film schools in Los Angeles, Chicago and Paris. He then returned to South Korea where he has produced a new film almost every year. He won the IFFR and Tiger Award in 1997 for his debut The Day the Pig Fell into the Well. Hahaha was awarded the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes in 2010. Hong’s films are regularly selected for the festival competitions at Cannes, Berlin, New York and Venice. Right Now, Wrong Then won the Golden Leopard in Locarno in 2015.

The screening is organized by STUK and Courtisane, in collaboration with the Lieven Gevaert Centre and the Institute of Philosophy (KU Leuven) in the series MOVING IMAGE – FOCUS and is part of DISSENT!, an initiative of Courtisane, Auguste Orts and Argos, in the framework of the research project “Figures of Dissent” (KASK/Hogent), with support of VG.

KR, 2015, ov-eo, DCP, 121'

Wed 26 Oct 201620:00

FREE without reservation

Tickets can be picked up starting 1 hour before the screening at STUK Reception.

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