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Roy Andersson: Exhibition of Human Being
Saturday October 5th
 
Director_ Roy ANDERSSON
 
Sweden 1969 47min DCP b&w feature Fiction
Program Schedule
Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
269 2019. 05. 04 20:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
H EK 15
751 2019. 05. 09 20:00 MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 7
H EK 15
Overview

Roy Andersson´s third student project at the Film School. Using the type of lossely connected story-telling structure that is later found in A Swedish Love Story, the film follows a young man during 24 hours and relates his relationship to his mother, his girlfriend and his friends.

Review

Saturday October 5th spans halfway between Roy Andersson's previous works To Fetch a Bike and his later feature A Swedish Love Story. It is his third work in the Swedish Film Institute. The film traces a day of a young man, unfolding his relationships with his mother, girlfriend and several friends loosely. While the unique human relationships of director’s early films are presented along with everyday sketches, there are no specific explanations or events. As you see a documentary, you focus only on the delicate relationship between them. [LEE Sang-yong]

CREDIT
  • DirectorRoy ANDERSSON
  • ScreenplayRoy ANDERSSON
  • EditorRoy ANDERSSON
  • CinematographyBertil ROSENGREN
  • CinematographyBjorn OBERG, Lars JOHANSSON, Sven FAHLEN
CastBernt HEDBERG, Rose LAGERCRANTZ
FILM SOURCE
SFI / johan.ericsson@filminstitutet.se
DIRECTOR
Roy ANDERSSON
 
Roy Andersson was born in 1943 in Goteborg, Sweden. His film A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence won the Golden Lion at the 71st Venice Film Festival, and his previous works have also been introduced at the Cannes and Venice Film Festival. Whenever he presented his new films, they have caused controversies on human existence, and he finished his new work About Endlessness (2019) recently. In his photographic career as well as filmmaking, Andersson exhibits sharp insights on modernity and modern human beings. Thus, he has been called auteur of introspection since the 1990s, offering insights into human beings.
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