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Matteo Satta over 2 years ago
Woman is the Future of Man (여자는 남자의 미래다 - Yeojaneun namjaui miraeda) is a 2004 South Korean film directed by Hong Sang-soo. The film wasn't a box-office hit, but was entered in the competition category of the 2004 Cannes Film Festival and received screenings at several other festivals. The title of the film is a translation of a line from a poem by Louis Aragon that the director saw printed on a French postcard. The plot revolves loosely around two old friends: Lee Mun-ho (Yu Ji-tae), a university art teacher and Kim Hyeon-gon (Kim Tae-woo), a graduate from an American film school who has recently returned to his home country. While having dinner in a restaurant, Kim convinces Lee to arrange a meeting between them and Kim's old girlfriend Park Seon-hwa (Seong Hyeon-ah). Unbeknownst to Kim, however, Lee had become involved in a relationship with her after Kim's departure to the United States. The three meet for a night of drinking, as past tensions and attractions reemerge. In the end,...
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