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Tilda Swinton's standing ovation for Hong Sang-soo

Tilda Swinton's standing ovation for Hong Sang-soo

Hong Sang-soo's "The Day After - 2017" was finally released in Cannes.

"The Day After - 2017" was screened on the 22nd in Cannes, France at the 70th Cannes International Film Festival.

The judges were Pedro Almodovar, Will Smith and others.Tilda Swintonwho starred inHong Sang-soo's"Okja", made the time to watch this movie.

"The Day After - 2017" wasn't given much detail in the beginning so curiosity built up.

A married director of a publishing company named Bong Wan (Kwon Hae-hyo) falls in love with his junior employee Chang-sook (Kim Sae-byeok) but they break up. He heads for work just like any other day but his wife (Jo Yoon-hee) finds writings that seem like love letters in the house. She finds him at work but mistakes newbie Ah-reum (Kim Min-hee) as her husband's secret lover.

Just like"Claire's Camera", "The Day After - 2017" is a light and cheerful movie.

Hong Sang-sooadded his humor in the movie in the lines and that made the movie seem more light.

If"Claire's Camera"was led byKim Min-hee, "The Day After - 2017" was completely led on byKwon Hae-hyoas he plays the thick-faced man in an affair.

The screening was a success and judges claimed it was one of the best in the competition and a standing ovation took place for about 4 minutes during the ending credit. Kim Hae-hyo seemed to get watery in the eyes.

Tilda Swintongave her best compliments toHong Sang-sooafter the screening.

Source from :Hancinema