The second one-off screening this year to feature Cheongpyeongsa temple in Chuncheon, Gangwon-do. Both are by director Jang Woo-jin. He must like the place.
The screening is part of the Aperture Asia & Pacific Film Festival.
Autumn, Autumn (춘천, 춘천)
Director: Jang Woo-jin (2016, 78 mins) UK Premiere
Tuesday 11 June 18:30 | Book tickets
The Lexi Cinema | 194b Chamberlayne Road | Kensal Rise | London NW10 3JU
Overground: Kensal Rise (3 mins)
Tube: Bakerloo line, Kensal Green (10 mins), Queens Park (15 mins)
Bus: Okehampton Rd stop is right outside, served by 52, 452, 6, 187, 302
Jihyun has an interview in Seoul before taking a train home, sitting next to a middle-aged couple. After failing his interview, Jihyun drowns his sorrows and narrowly escapes a dangerous situation, thanks to a friend. They head to a temple, but he misses the last ride home. The middle-aged couple also head to the temple, opening up to each other as they recall memories of their first loves. The night passes like a dream before they head back to Seoul…
The festival is presented by Day for Night in partnership with the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM), University of Westminster.