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A Break Alone (나홀로 휴가)

나홀로 휴가 (na-hol-lo hyoo-ga)

Directed by Cho Jae-hyun (조재현)

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95min | Release date in South Korea :

Formerly known as "Vacation On My Own"
Synopsis
Gang-jae is a middle-aged family man living with a daughter, a high school senior, and a trustworthy and supportive wife. He tells his wife that he will marry her again in the next life, but he once had a secret passion she knows nothing of. He was totally head over heels in love with a yoga teacher. The teacher told him good-bye, saying she would find an unmarried man to wed. Ten years fly by and Gang-jae is still unable to get over her. He hovers around her, pretending to take pictures and making it part of his daily life so that he can steal a glance at her. One day she goes for a trip with her husband, and Gang-jae breaks into her house. While whimsically partaking in the mundane—like watering the plants, she and her husband return, putting Gang-jae in an unexpected and dismaying dilemma. Actor Jo Jae-hyeon’s directorial debut, this film depicts the emptiness of a middle-aged man and his obsession with a woman from his past with a light, humorous touch. (NAM Dong-chul)

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20th Busan International Film Festival (2015)
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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "A Break Alone"

    2016/10/01
    Gang-jae (played by Park Hyuk-kwon) is trapped in the closet. That's not a metaphor for his being gay, I mean he's literally trapped in the closet and it's quite some time before "A Break Alone" gets around to explaining the context for this initial dark, incomprehensible scene. That context though, soon proves to be generally depressing. Gang-jae is one of those married men who, for no particularly good reason, becomes obsessed with a nearby sexually attractive woman,...More

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Staff
 Lee Eun-jeong-I (이은정)
 Assistant director
 Kim Jeong-hoon-III (김정훈)
 Editor
 Kim Jee-yong-I (김지용)
 Lighting/cinematography department
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95 min 
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Airing dates : 2016/09/22
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2016.09.25 : 5 058  admissions (total)
As of 2016.09.11 : 739 admissions (total)

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