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Sang-soo Hong, Nobody's Daughter Haewon, 2013

Nobody's Daughter Haewon

11 Oct 201317 Oct 2013

In this bittersweet comic drama from South Korean master Sang-soo Hong (HaHaHa, In Another Country), a troubled young woman spirals into a depression when her mother departs for Canada. She falls back on an old love affair with a married professor.

Shot in Hong's characteristic long, languorous takes, and with a script punctuated by his deadpan wit and keen observation of human relationships, Nobody's Daughter Haewon is a typically joyous affair from Korea's answer to Woody Allen.

Nobody's Daughter Haewon, dir Sang-soo Hong, South Korea 2013, 90 mins, cert 12A, Korean with English subtitles

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