Chauncey -Theater 3 Fri, May 27 3:00 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Fri, May 27 5:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Fri, May 27 7:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Sat, May 28 2:00 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Sat, May 28 4:15 PM
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Chauncey -Theater 3 Sun, May 29 3:00 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Sun, May 29 5:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Sun, May 29 7:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Mon, May 30 2:00 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Mon, May 30 4:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Mon, May 30 7:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Tue, May 31 4:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Wed, Jun 1 4:30 PM
Chauncey -Theater 3 Wed, Jun 1 7:30 PM
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Series Info
Series:Coming Soon
Film Info
Rating:Not Rated
Runtime:85 minutes
Director:Hong Sang-soo
Year Released:2021
Production Country:South Korea


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"The overwhelming mystery of life in the presence of death inspires Hong to new heights of imaginative inspiration."—Richard Brody, The New Yorker

"A masterclass in economical filmmaking...and a reminder that Hong is not only among the best filmmakers working today, but also simply one of cinema's greatest storytellers."—K.F. Watanabe, Screen Slate

"One of Hong’s most emotionally generous films. In a career full of small triumphs, it’s a beautiful gesture of family love, of non-specific spiritual awakening, and self-possession meant to create outward waves of goodness."—Dave White, The Wrap

After years living abroad, former actress Sangok (Lee Hyeyoung) is back in Seoul, staying with her sister Jeongok (Cho Yunhee) in her high-rise apartment. The siblings sleep late, have breakfast in a cafe and visit a restaurant owned by Jeongok's son. But as the details of Sangok's day accrue (a spill on her blouse, an encounter at her childhood home), it becomes clear that there is much she is not revealing. And these mysterious circumstances have something to do with her decision to meet with film director Jaewon (Kwon Haehyo) to discuss her return to acting. In her first role for Hong, Lee, a prominent theater and screen actress in South Korea, makes a captivating return to the big screen. With In Front of Your Face, Hong suggests that perhaps the most important things in this life are also the most immediate.