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The Day After
NAME OF FILM: THE DAY AFTER
DIRECTOR(S): Hong Sang-soo
STARRING: Kwon Haehyo, Kim Min-hee, Kim Sae-byuk, Cho Yun-hee, Ki Ju-bong, Park Yea-ju, Kang Taeu
GENRE: Foreign Film
SYNOPSIS: Infused with director Hong Sang-soo’s signature realism and humor, this film follows an aspiring writer who gets caught up in the spectacular drama of her boss’ personal life.
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