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Yourself and Yours

“Hong Sangsoo boldly and wittily explores the painful caprices of modern romance. Painter Youngsoo hears that his girlfriend, Minjung, has recently had (many) drinks with an unknown man. A quarrel seems to end their relationship. The next day, Youngsoo sets out in search of her, at the same time that Minjung—or a woman who looks exactly like her and may or may not be her twin—has a series of encounters with strange men, some of whom claim to have met her before . . . A break-up/make-up comedy unlike any other, suffused with sophisticated modernist mystery.”—New York Film Festival.

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Reviews: Indiewire, The New Yorker (second section), Reverse Shot, Slant Magazine, Filmmaker Magazine (first review), MUBI Notebook (third review), Variety

Filmography: Right Now, Wrong Then (2015), Hill of Freedom (2014), Our Sunhi (2013), Nobody’s Daughter Haewon (2013), In Another Country (2012), The Day He Arrives (2011), Woman on the Beach (2006), Woman is the Future of Man (2004), Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors (2000)

Other Films by Hong Sang-soo

Nobody’s Daughter Haewon

Why does Seoul student Haewon keep dozing off? Is she depressed by her mother’s departure for Canada? Tired of her relationship with her teacher, the fickle—and married—filmmaker Seongjun? Will the events of the coming weeks rouse her from her listlessness, or will she carry on dreaming? With its focus on fraught male-female relationships, mix of

Right Now, Wrong Then

Film director Ham arrives in Suwon a day early for a screening and speaking engagement. Roaming about, he meets a much younger artist named Yoon and they spend the day together in conversation, winding up at a café where things turn awkward. Hong then rewinds the story, telling it again with subtle differences and a