Yeon-shin then meets a suspicious detective who reprimands her for smoking in a non-smoking area. He explains how he saw a woman who committed suicide nearby. What ensues is ‘a matter of interpretation’.
The second film by Lee Kwang-kuk comes to Melbourne after screenings at film festivals around the world.
“A Matter of Interpretation is a sign of a filmmaker making yet another leap towards stylistic maturity.” – The Hollywood Reporter
KOFFIA 2015 presents
A Matter of Interpretation
Dreams merge into reality in this surrealist art-house delight. When an audience fails to show for her play, actress Yeon-shin storms out of the theatre after throwing a fit at her troupe members. She ends up at a nearby park and calls her boyfriend to break up with him, blaming him for stifling her career.