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A Matter of Interpretation (꿈보다 해몽)

꿈보다 해몽 (kkum-bo-da hae-mong)

Directed by Lee Kwang-kuk (이광국)

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99min | Release date in South Korea :

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An actress storms out of a theater after throwing a fit at her troupe members when no one shows up at her play. She ends up at a nearby park and calls her boyfriend out to whom she relates how she almost got a part in a feature film. Her boyfriend’s comforting words seem useless as she tells him she wants to break up with him. The actress then meets a suspicious detective who reprimands her for smoking in a non-smoking area, then explains how he saw a woman who committed suicide nearby. The detective’s tale of the woman who suffocated to death in a car is followed by the actress attempting suicide in a car. When the actress discovers the detective locked up in the car trunk, the film is pushed into a unpredictable direction. What then is in store for the various situations surrounding the actress?

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  • [HanCinema's Busan International Film Festival Movie Review] "A Matter of Interpretation" by Lee Kwang-kuk

    2014/10/17
    Yeon-shin (played by Shin Dong-mi) is a struggling actress who's just about completely run out of patience with her latest job, which appears to be managed by a guy who has absolutely no idea how staged theater is supposed to work. Forced to face the fact that her lifelong dreams of becoming an actress are unlikely to ever come to fruition, Yeon-shin instead faces inward, analyzing the literal dreams of her sleeping hours, seeking to find some evidence of past regret that's influencing the general malaise of her life right now,...More

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 Produced by
 Lee Kwang-kuk (이광국)
Staff
 Cho Sang-kyung (조상경)
 Art director
 Cho Sang-kyung (조상경)
 Costume Design
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Airing dates : 2015/02/12
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2015.02.22 : 3 419  admissions (total)
As of 2015.02.15 : 2 382  admissions (total)

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