愛在春光乍現時 A Distant Place 護
南韓 / 2020 / Color / 119mins
2021 Outfest 洛杉磯同志影展
「⋯⋯色彩的出色運用，加上那些對秋冬時節林野景色的細膩描繪，無疑為本片的攝影大大地增色。這些僅僅是單純突出了佈景的鏡頭，是綜觀整部電影最令人記憶猶新的部分。」 — 亞洲電影脈衝評論
1984生，現居韓國首爾。執導過多部短片作品，其中包括曾於2016台灣國際兒童影展放映的短片《沉默之聲》。首部劇情長片《To My River》，曾入圍全州國際電影節。
2020 Black Nights International Film Festival
"...the cinematography, with the images of the autumn and winter in the fields and the forest being truly exquisite, intensified by the excellent use of color. These sequences, which simply highlight the setting, are among the most memorable in the movie," - Asian Movie Pulse Film Review.
Jin-woo moved away from the city to live like a shepherd and raise his niece, Seol. Life was peaceful until his former same-sex lover Hyun-min showed up. The people react to the two men's secret relationship with anger and discrimination. On top of that, Seoul's disappearing mother came back to take her away. Will Jin-woo ever be able to keep Hyun-min and Seol with him? A Distant Place is a heartfelt story of romance and the definition of family, gracefully captured through mesmerizing performances and breathtaking scenery.
About the Director
Born in 1984, based in Seoul, South Korea. Director Park has made various short films, including Silent Boy, screened at Taiwan International Children's Film Festival in 2016. His first feature film, To My River, was selected for Jeonju International Film Festival.
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