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[Photos] Added new poster and press junket images for the Korean movie 'A Break Alone'

2016/09/16 Source

Added new poster and press junket images for the upcoming Korean movie "A Break Alone" (2015)

Directed by Cho Jae-hyun

With Park Hyuk-kwon, Yoon Joo, Park Jung-woo, Kim Han-joon, Lee Joon-hyuk-I, Lee Han-wi,...

Formerly known as "Vacation On My Own"
Gang-jae is a middle-aged family man living with a daughter, a high school senior, and a trustworthy and supportive wife. He tells his wife that he will marry her again in the next life, but he once had a secret passion she knows nothing of. He was totally head over heels in love with a yoga teacher. The teacher told him good-bye, saying she would find an unmarried man to wed. Ten years fly by and Gang-jae is still unable to get over her. He hovers around her, pretending to take pictures and making it part of his daily life so that he can steal a glance at her. One day she goes for a trip with her husband, and Gang-jae breaks into her house. While whimsically partaking in the mundane-like watering the plants, she and her husband return, putting Gang-jae in an unexpected and dismaying dilemma. Actor Cho Jae-hyun's directorial debut, this film depicts the emptiness of a middle-aged man and his obsession with a woman from his past with a light, humorous touch. (NAM Dong-chul)

20th Busan International Film Festival (2015)
Panorama Section

Release date in Korea : 2016/09/22


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