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A movie director happens to encounter a woman, who is a painter, and has a dinner with her. And things begin to happen between the two from there.
Right Now, Wrong Then offers the same scenario with the same characters and the same long, stoically quiet settings as if you wanted to check a scientific experiment for its repeatability. He achieves not only limelight and an apparent ease, but has in himself much potential for humor, which lies between the lines. In addition, or just because the director Hong Sang-soo can speak almost the same repeated sentences his actors and films, everything appears in part two still very different: the actors have been working on the nuances of emphasis dialogue, now all this sounds much more perfect, charming, charming than before. A radical film concept, filled with the lightness of being.
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