Hong Sang-soo’s Hahaha to screen at BAFTA, with Moon So-ri Q&A

People who know me will be aware that my sincere appreciation of Hong Sang-soo’s work does not mean that I always stay awake during his movies. But having been to Tongyeong since the first time I went to the theatre when Hahaha was screening, I know I’ll be wide awake for the upcoming screening on 4 April at BAFTA. Not only will there be the excitement that Moon So-ri will be in town, but also I’ll be trying to spot all the Tongyeong landmarks in the movie. I promise I won’t be constantly shouting out “Been there!” when I see Admiral Yi Sun-shin’s memorial temple, or whatever the location is. But that’s what I’ll be thinking.

Hahaha

Director: Hong Sang-soo
Running Time: 115 mins
Screening Date: 7pm, 4th April, 2013
Theatre: British Academy of Film and Television Arts (195 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LN)

Hahaha poster

Synopsis:
Movie director Moon-kyeong Jo, who recently decided to emmigrate to Canada, takes a trip down to the small sea-side town of Tongyeong. There he meets film critic and acquaintance Jong-sik Bang. The two begin drinking and reminisce about their past and the woman they have been involved with.

The film was awarded the Prix Un Certain Regard at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival

Booking for this screening are via email and phone only

BOOKING: info@kccuk.org.uk / 020 7004 2600

(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.

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