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The Goose Goes South

  • 눈물
  • 음악 & 춤

Korea, Japan|2018|110min |Korean Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
152 7/13  20:30 Bucheon City Hall Lawn Square 12 Free
356 7/15  19:30 CGV Bucheon 7 12 GV
740 7/19  19:30 CGV Bucheon 7 12 GV
152 7/13  20:30Bucheon City Hall Lawn Square
12
Free
356 7/15  19:30CGV Bucheon 7
12  GV
740 7/19  19:30CGV Bucheon 7
12  GV

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Synopsis

The man came to Osaka, Japan on behalf of his superior who missing. But he think he saw someone who looks like a his superior there. The man who lost his return flight to Osaka to chase his superior meets people with broken hearts in Osaka.

Program Note

There are some people who doesn’t come back. The left one is to admit the absence and wait for the day to embrace it. Woo-joo (Kang doo), who filled the role of Dae-jeong, his company boss who was lost in a ship accident, comes to Osaka and seems to have seen someone who looks like Dae-jeong. Woojoo misses the flight to Korea after chasing him while being drunk, resigns in a fit of anger, and prepares to perform with Haruna (Hori Haruna), who lost his mother in the East Japan earthquake until he finds Dae-jeong. He recounts the joy of music, a dream forgotten and regained while preparing for the performance. Those who lost their precious people in the disaster embrace what they left behind. It is an epic of growing up that remembers what is precious to them by accepting the loss. Watching the Ferris wheel of the city spinning, the subway passing, and the clouds moving slowly, the young man who has lost the track of life has restored the collapsed mind. Baek Jae-ho who directed We Will Be Ok (2014) and Lee Hee-sup, director of photography in How to Break Up With My Cat (2016) have co-directed this film that we can think about loss and growth and dreams at a slow pace. (LEE Ye-ji)
 

Director

백재호

BAEK Jae-ho

Baek Jae-ho entered the movie scene as a minor actor. His first feature We will be OK (2014) was invited to the New Currents of Busan Film Festival.
이희섭

LEE Hee-seop

Lee Hee-seop has worked as a cinematographer in numerous films including The Winter of the Year was Warm (2012), Love Clinic (2015).

Credit

Producer
Lee Jon-geon

Screenplay
Baek Jae-ho

Cinematographer
Lee Hee-seop

Editor
Jo Hyun-ju

Music
Snow

Production Design
Park Ji-hyun

Cast
Kang Doo, Hori Haruna, Snow

Sales
INDIESTORY Inc.

Star Rating full_starfull_starfull_starfull_starfull_star  9.50