Nobody's Daughter Haewon

Nobody's Daughter Haewon
  • 2013
  • South Korea
  • 1h 30min
  • 12A

Lonely film student Haewon (Jung Eunchae) seeks the company of an elderly married professor and filmmaker (Lee Sun-kyun), and their ensuing relationship brings them to difficult realisations about themselves. Expertly minimalist and thought-provoking portrait of South Korean society, rich with allusion and context.

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Nobody's Daughter Haewon

21 Oct 20134 stars

A subtle and fragile work from South Korean filmmaker Hong Sangsoo

In Hong Sangsoo’s latest film he moves away from the concept of foreign estrangement, as explored in 2012’s In Another Country, and instead focuses on issues closer to home, examining the cultural impact of rapid urbanization in South Korea. Sangsoo is…

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