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22th
JEONJU Cinema Project
HUG
Director_ IM Heung-soon
Korea 2021 93min DCP color/b&w feature Documentary
Review

Despite the fact that the present does not offer perspectives, the idea of ​​recording the present has always obsessed filmmakers. What images will remain of a time as particular as the one the world is going through and which would be the best to describe it? The director Im Heung-soon and his team finds a way to show the world, and these times, through the images and words of other people (most of them related to the audiovisual community from Koreans, Ghanaian, French, Argentine, British, Japanese, Indonesian, Indian, American and Canadian), creating a visual canvas as personal as it is universal. The nightmare, or dream from which we hope to wake up soon, that humanity is going through, finds in the film HUG a beautiful and powerful description. The universe, despite its problems (the same old and the current ones) is still as alive as before, with its protests, small joys, colors and daily sufferings. The images that the director chooses to show on HUG work as an antidote to all the evils of this beautiful and terrible world we live in. (Sung MOON)

CREDIT
  • ProducerKIM Min-kyung
  • ScreenplayIM Heung-soon
  • Cinematography69 Film Industry People in 9 Countries Around The World
  • MusicCHUNG Narae
  • EditorLEE Hak-min
  • SoundKIM Geun-chae (Punktire Studio)
Cast69 Film Industry People in 9 Countries Around The World
DIRECTOR
IM Heung-soon
An artist and filmmaker. Starting with his early works on his working-class family, he has expanded his art world by exploring the lives of people who are marginalized in social, political, capitalist, and national contexts. He was awarded the Silver Lion at the 56th Venice Biennale (2015), a first for a Korean. Since then, his works have been exhibited and showcased at the art centers and film festivals home and abroad, including the Tate Modern, London (2015), MoMA, New York (2015), the Pompidou Centre, Paris (2016), and many more.
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