The Korea Society and the Museum of The Moving Image co-present "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... And Spring" - a gorgeously shot feature film that has grossed more in box office receipts than any Korean movie released in United States to date. Directed by phenom Kim Ki-duk, the film is a pastoral poem about the changing seasons and a meditation on the cycle of life. In a tranquil and timeless setting of a temple floating on a lake in a forest, surrounded by mountain spires that cut the monastery off from worldly concerns, an old monk teaches his young disciple the wisdom of Buddha over the many seasons of their lives. In Korean with English subtitles.
2003, 106 min
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 7 PM
Socrates Sculpture Park
Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City
N or Q train to Broadway, eight blocks west at Vernon Boulevard and the East River
8-10 minutes by taxi from The Korea Society
Films Begin at Sunset | Free Admission
Source : www.koreasociety.org/...
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