Many know the surging Korean film industry for its rousing,
bloody genre hits, but it also boasts movies of a more elliptical, enigmatic,
New Wave-y kind. Like this playful, melancholy bagatelle by Hong Sang-soo, a
seemingly autobiographical portrait of a drunken filmmaker whose relationships
are as untidy as the film is exacting and masterful. It screens today (9 pm)
and tomorrow (5 pm) at the HFA.
Harvard Film Archive, the Carpenter Center,
24 Quincy St, Cambridge :: $9; $7 students | 617.495.4700