Greek Premiere

A film akin to the art of the aphorism: a poetic, philosophical gem. Two mothers attempt to introduce their children to life, but their offspring have decided to write their own introduction. That’s life, and, like all masters imbued with wisdom and wit, renowned director Hong-Sang Soo appears to be speaking through the old actor in the film, when he says: “However small, there’s nothing but good!”

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Direction: Hong Sang-soo
Script: Hong Sang-soo
Cinematography: Hong Sang-soo
Editing: Hong Sang-soo
Sound: Seo Jihoon
Music: Hong Sang-soo
Actors: Shin Seokho, Park Miso, Kim Youngho, Ki Joobong, Seo Younghwa, Kim Minhee
Production: Jeonwonsa Film Co.
Producers: Hong Sang-soo
Format: DCP
Color: B/W
Production Country: South Korea
Duration: 66'
Contact: Finecut

Hong Sang-soo

Hong Sang-soo was born in 1960 in Seoul and studied filmmaking at Chungang University before receiving a BFA from California College of Arts and Crafts and an MFA from the Art Institute of Chicago. He made an astounding debut with his first feature film The Day a Pig Fell into a Well in 1996. Since then, through the 12 films, he has written and directed, Hong has consistently enjoyed exploring the complex architecture beneath his characters’ seemingly random lives. Renowned for his unique cinematographic language and aesthetics in filmmaking, Hong Sang-soo is one of the most established auteurs in contemporary Korean cinema.


2006 Woman on the Beach
2008 Night and Day
2015 Right Now, Wrong Then
2017 On the Beach at Night Alone
2017 Claire’s Camera
2020 The Woman Who Ran
2021 Introduction