Continuing the theme of films by female directors, the second screening this month is by Yim Soon-rye:
Title: Rolling Home With a Bull
Director: Yim Soon-rye
Running Time: 106 mins
Screening Date: 7pm, September 22, 2011
Number of Seats: 125
Theatre: Multi-purpose Hall
Seon-ho is a bachelor poet who returns to farming in a rural village. But he is unhappy with rural life. He begins a journey to cattle markets across the country to sell the cow, Han-soo, which is his parents’ most treasured possession, but fails to sell it because the price is ridiculously low.
He gets a call from Hyeon-soo, his former lover who married his friend seven years ago. His friend has died, and Hyeon-soo asks Seon-ho to come to the funeral. Seon-ho is confused. He still nurses a broken heart, but Hyeon-soo looks like a woman who is still serene and carefree. Hyeon-soo appears wherever Seon-ho goes. He goes on a journey with the cow chewing cud, totally unaware of his frustration.
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