A Korean film double bill
Saturday 6 December, 13.00
BP Lecture Theatre
£5, concessions £3
Director: Chung Yoon-chul
Starring: Cho Seung-woo
South Korea, 2004, 117 minutes
The publicity says: “A touching tale of a mother who encourages her autistic son to pursue his passion for running.”
LKL says: “A cut above your average feel-good sports movie”.
The Wedding Day
Director: Lee Byeong-il
South Korea, 1956, 81 minutes
Master Maeing changes his daughter’s wedding plans because he hears a rumour that the bridegroom is disabled. This classic family film shows the unfortunate consequences of his decision.
koreanfilm.org says: “Lee Byeong-il’s The Wedding Day was a breakthrough for Korean cinema. It not only did well at home, winning critical praise for its comedy and high moral values, it also won an award for Best Comedy at the Fourth Asian Film Festival, thus beginning Korean cinema’s emergence to international audiences.”
In partnership with the Korean Cultural Centre UK
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(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.