A quiet specimen of personal storytelling at its most exciting, this beautiful feature debut from So Yong Kim gets into the head of Aimie (Jiseon Kim), a young Korean woman in a snow-clogged, unnamed North American city. Really into her head — the camera pushes in close as a whisper in the ear as Aimie makes her way precariously through teen-girl romantic confusion heightened by cultural dislocation and the loneliness such distance from the familiar brings. With In Between Days, the filmmaker captures feminine melancholy with rare precision. Find this movie. A
Genre: Drama; Starring: Taegu Andy Kang, Bokja Kim, Jiseon Kim; Director: So Yong Kim; Author: Bradley Rust Gray, So Yong Kim; Release Date Limited: 06/27/2007; Status: In Season; Runtime (in minutes): 83; MPAA Rating: Unrated; Distributor: Kino International
Posted July 10 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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