In Another Country (DVD)
Directed by Hong Sang-soo
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Legendary French actress Isabelle Huppert stars in the first English-language film from South Korean master Hong Sang-soo, "the love child Antonioni and Hou Hsiao-hsien never had" (Village Voice). In a triptych of overlapping stories, three different French women (a filmmaker, an adulterer and a divorce- Huppert, Huppert and...Huppert) visit a small Korean resort town and encounter a flirtatious director, a lovestruck lifeguard and far too much soju.
Hong's latest tale of love, lust and misunderstanding, IN ANOTHER COUNTRY is an effortless, laugh-out-loud comedy that plays like a lost French New Wave classic. Kino Lorber presents a JEON WON SA Film Co. production a film by Hong Sang-soo In Another Country starring Isabelle Huppert Yu Jun-sa ng Jung Yu-mi lighting Yi Yui-heang recording Yoon Jong-min sound Kim Mir music Jeong Yong-jin editor Hah m Sung-won cinematography Pa rk Hong-yeol Jee Yune-jeong producer Kim Kyoung-hee written and directed by Hong Sang-soo
"One of the great pleasures of contemporary movies is getting to watch Isabelle Huppert act, so any film where she plays three characters can only be considered an embarrassment of riches...[In Another Country] a breezy affair that the French New Wave directors would have totally claimed as their own." - Movie.com
- Official Selection: Cannes International Film Festival
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