Poetry

Poetry

Poetry

Réalisation Lee Chang-dong
Sociétés de production Pine House Film
Pays d’origine Drapeau de Corée du Sud Corée du Sud
Genre Drame
Sortie 2010
Durée 139 minutes

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Poetry est un film sud-coréen du réalisateur Lee Chang-dong sorti en 2010. Il a été sélectionné en compétition officielle pour le Festival de Cannes 2010 où il a obtenu le Prix du scénario.

Synopsis

Mija, la soixantaine, partage son modeste logement avec son petit-fils Wook, un collégien, qu'elle élève seule. Elle apprend un jour qu'une jeune fille du collège de Wook s'est suicidée. Mija s'intéresse à la poésie et s'inscrit à un cours de poésie. Par ailleurs, sa santé est préoccupante, un médecin lui ayant révélé un début de maladie d'Alzheimer. Malgré son âge, Mija travaille encore, elle est aide-soignante chez le père grabataire d'une commerçante du quartier.

Distribution

  • Yoon Jeong-hee : Mija
  • Lee Da-wit : Wook

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