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Film Available to Stream
Fri, Apr 9 at 12:01 am – Sun, Apr 18 at 11:59 pm PST
The complex relationship between employer and employee is explored with great nuance in the story of Jae-bok, a man who has spent years protesting layoffs from a furniture conglomerate. When he re-enters the workforce as a middle-aged man, befriending a younger co-worker helps him cope with the modernization of work forces. When Jae-bok witnesses an on-site accident, he confronts his boss (also a friend) over the matter with complicated results. Beautifully told, this story captures the inflection point between dissent and organized protests.
Lee Ran-hee is an actor and director whose work includes the shorts A Perm (2010) and A Night before the Wedding (2014). A Leave is her first feature.
Original Language Title Hyu-ga
Premiere North American
Country South Korea
Director Lee Ran-hee
Producer Shin Woon-seop
Executive Producer Shin Woon-seop
Writer Lee Ran-hee
Editor Lee Yeon-jung
Cinematographer Noh Sin-ung
Cast Lee Bong-ha, Kim Ah-seok, Shin Woon-seop