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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

October 12, 2011 - "Poetry" (2010)

Poetry, 2010

This is the second of two films to be screened by director Chang-dong Lee
Director: Chang-dong Lee
Origin: South Korea
Language: Korean
Running time: 139 minutes

A poetry-writing class inspires serenely self-possessed grandmother Mija (Jeong-hie Yun) to open her senses to her suburban surroundings, but in rushes an array of unsettling discoveries in this lyrical South Korean melodrama. Along with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease comes information that Mija's teenage grandson was party to a horrific incident, and it is left to Mija to compose order from the untidy emotional consequences. (from

MPAA rating: Not rated
U.S. box office: $355,044

Watch the trailer at IMDB.

Read the director's bio on Wikipedia.

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