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LATE SPRING

  • Director
    CHO keun-hyun
  • Year
    2014
  • Nationality
    Korea
  • Genre
    Drama
  • Status
    Release(November 20, 2014)
  • Starring
    PARK Yong-woo, KIM Seo-hyung, LEE You-young
  • Running Time
    102min
  • Festival & Review
    • 2014



      29th Santa Barbara International Film Festival



      23th Arizona International Film Festival

      •Best Foreign Feature



      14th Milano International Film Festival

      • Best Film

      • Best Acting Performance Female – You-Young Lee

      • Best Cinematography – Jung-Won Kim



      13th Asian Film Festival of Dallas

      • Best Asian Narrative Film

      • Best Cinematography – Jung-Won Kim



      3th Madrid International Film Festival

      • Best Foreign Language Feature Film

      • Best Lead Actress in a Foreign Language – Seo-Hyung Kim



      14th Gwangju International Film Festival


  • A girl in despair wakes up a sculptor’s late spring that seemed never come back.

    • SYNOPSIS
      In post-war Korea, the government decides to dispatch troops to Vietnam in an attempt to rebuild the country’s devastated economy. A genius sculptor and renowned figure in the art scene of the day is diagnosed with a progressive disorder that eventually leads to total paralysis of the body. In despair, he abandons work and loses the meaning of life. His wife who couldn’t watch her husband perish day after day, goes on a search of a model to encourage him to go back to work. Then one day, she comes across a young mother with two children who suffered loss in the war...
    • DIRECTOR INFO
      • CHO keun-hyun



        - Director -

        late spring(2014)

        26years(2012)



        - Art Director –

        The Concubine(2012),

        My Way(2011),

        More Than Blue(2009),

        Radio Days(2008),

        From Here To Seoul(2006),

        Duelist(2005),

        A Tale Of Two Sisters(2003)
    • MATERIAL