“Acoustic” to be shown at the London Korean Film Festival 2012

The omnibus film is a staple in the East Asian film industry with Acoustic tackling a number of different genres but still keeping music at its heart. Starring Shin Sekyung, CNBLUE Lee Jonghyun and Kang Minhyuk, 2AM Im Seulong and also Baek Jinhee, ACOUSTIC will join a list of other Korean films at the 7th edition of London Korean Film Festival (LKFF).

The screening and ticketing info for Acoustic are as follows:-

Date: November 11, 2012 (Sunday)
Time: 4:15 pm
Venue: Cinema 1 @ Institute of Contemporary Arts (London)

Ticket Price (including VAT)

    Full Price: £10.00
    Concessions: £8.00
    Booking Fee: £1.00 per ticket

*Tickets can be booked on the ICA website: CLICK HERE
Phone Number: +44 020 7930 3647

LKFF: Acoustic

Episode 1.
Broccoli sees a female, singer-songwriter Se-gyeong who suffers from a rare disease were she can only survive on ramen noodles. She is rejected by all the record labels and must decide what her last song will be.

Episode 2.
Bakery Attack is based on the short story by Haruki Murakami and sees two starving musicians looking to sell their guitars but instead they are re-inspired by a local baker. Sung-won and Hae-won, the guitarist and drummer of a poor rock band, can’t live without music. However, their precious guitar is stolen, and while they suspect the bakery owner as the thief, his identity is revealed and the music god sleeping inside these two youngsters awakens.

Episode 3.
Unlock is set in a future where music has ceased to exist and sound is used as a woman. A couple set about to access an iPhone, now an old relic, yet still holds music inside which holds sentimental value. Sometime in the future where sound becomes a weapon and music has vanished, an off-the-wall young girl named Jin-hee uses a broken earphone as a mirror. One day, her arm gets hurt by a baseball thrown by a boy named Ji-hoo. Ji-hoo, who is busy trying to fix Jin-hee’s arm, finally tries to sell the earphone. But Jin-hee won’t let him sell it since it is the only link to the faint memories of her childhood. The encounter between Jin-hee, who desperately wants to listen to music, and Ji-hoo, who doesn’t know anything about music, brings light to an off-the-wall love story.

Director: Yoo Sang-hun, South Korea, 2010, 88 mins.

Source: LKFF2012|ICA
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