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10:17 - 3rd September 2012, by David West

Korean Film Night Brings Mozart Town To The KCCUK

The Year Of The 12 Directors continues at the Korean Cultural Centre UK with a month devoted to the the work of director Jeon Kyu-hwan throughout September beginning with his film Mozart Town from 2008.

The movie is a study of loneliness in a big city. Etoo and Ayo are illegal immigrants from Africa struggling to find work, Sara is a pianist visiting Seoul from Slovakia and Il-Hwan works for the mob squeezing protection money from local businesses.

The screening takes place Thursday 6 September at 7PM.
Venue: The Korean Cultural Centre UK, Grand Buildings 1-3 Strand, London WC2N 5BW

The movie is free to attend but you must reserve a place in advance and this screening is for over 18s only.

To book a spot visit the Korean Film Night page on the KKCUK's website.

The season continues throughout the month with:
Animal Town - 13 September at KCCUK
Dance Town - 20 September at KCCUK
Varanasi - 27 September - at the Apollo Cinema Piccadilly with Jeon Kyu-hwan holding a Q&A session

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