A TIGER IN WINTER

Korea

NETPAC

Director: LEE Kwang-kuk
Year: 2017
Duration: 101′
Language: Original Version – Spanish Subtitles
Genre: Drama

Synopsis

One winter day, a tiger escapes from the zoo. Gyeong-yu, who has been living off of his girlfriend, is suddenly abandoned by her for some reasons he can’t understand. Having nowhere to go, Gyeong-yu finds himself on the street with a suitcase. With the whereabouts of the tiger unknown, the people are gripped by a vague fear. Gyeong-yu, working for a designated driver service, drifts this way and that, and happens to come across his former girlfriend Yoo-jung. Yoo-jung has become a novelist, as Gyeong-yu once dreamed of becoming. It seems they start over. However, being in a tailspin, Yoo-jung is unable to write, and proposes Gyeong-yu a weird offer.

Director’s Biography

Born in 1975, LEE Kwang-kuk graduated from the Seoul Institute of the Arts with a Bachelor’s degree in film. LEE worked as 1st Assistant Director for auteur HONG Sang-soo on such films as Tale of Cinema, Woman on the Beach, Like You Know It All, and Hahaha. LEE made his feature debut in 2011 with Romance Joe.

Festivals and Awards

2018: Mündchen Festival, Germany.
2018: London Korean Film Festival, London.


SCREENING

Thursday 8th Nov

21:00h

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