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World Cinema

Let It Be Morning

 
Eran KOLIRIN  
Israel, France 2021 101min DCP color Fiction 12 Korean Premiere
Schedule
Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
101 2022. 04. 29 11:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 1
HKE12
601 2022. 05. 04 14:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 1
HKE12
901 2022. 05. 07 14:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 1
HKE12
Overview

Sami lives in Jerusalem with his wife and kid. An invitation to his brother’s wedding forces him to return to the Arabic village where he grew up. After the wedding, with no explanation, the village is put under lockdown by Israeli soldiers.

Review

Sami, who lives in Jerusalem, returns to his hometown of an Arabic village in Israel with his wife and children for his brother's wedding. He feels uncomfortable with undue attention from those who are curious about his life in Jerusalem. Because of work and his lover, he tries to head back to Jerusalem before the wedding is over, but the Israeli army suddenly besieges the village, rendering him unable to leave. After a series of events take place in the village, Sami learns about conflicts and class divisions within the Arabic community. It includes his own contradictions of exploiting Palestinian workers while trying to protect them and his own irrationality of deceiving his wife but refusing to stop his affair. Maintaining a restrained and dry tone, the film sharply satirizes the irrationalities of the Arabic community in Israel. [PARK Jin-hee]

CREDIT
  • DirectorEran KOLIRIN
  • ProducerGarance COSIMANO, Yael FOGIEL, Ra'anan GERSHONI, Keren MICHAEL
  • ScreenplaySayed KASHUA(novel), Eran KOLIRIN
  • CinematographyShai GOLDMAN
  • MusicHabib Shehadeh HANNA
  • EditorArik LAHAV-LEIBOVICH, Haim TABEKMAN
  • SoundAviv ALDEMA, Bruno MERCERE
CastAlex BAKRI, Juna SULEIMAN, Salim DAW, Ehab Elias SALAMI
FILM SOURCE
The Match Factory | festivals@matchfactory.de
DIRECTOR
Eran KOLIRIN 
Born in 1973, Tel Aviv, Israel. His feature film debut as a director, The Band’s Visit (2007), won over 50 prestigious awards from around the globe, including two awards and a special mention at the Cannes Film Festival and two European Film Awards. The Exchange (2011) was in competition at the 68th Venice IFF and Beyond the Mountains and Hills (2015) premiered at the Cannes Un Certain Regard.
Sponsor
Jeonju Office

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Seoul Office

(04031) 4F, 16, Yanghwa-ro 15-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

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JEONJU Cine Complex

(54999) JEONJU Cine Complex, 22, Jeonjugaeksa 3-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Republic of Korea

T. +82 (0)63 231 3377

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