Authors’ perspectives: Monday at Five Flavours. "Born Bone Born" on vod.pl!
At the beginning of the week you can discover authors’ original views of the cinema. The astonishing “Maggie” by a debuting South Korean director, Yi Ok-seop, the moving “Bulbul Can Sing” by Rima Das and the captivating “Little Cheung” directed by Fruit Chan are but a few titles presented today.
The film "Born Bone Born" leaves an impression of a walk on the ocean shore: a wind in your hair and a slight aftertaste of salt on your tongue.
Monday starts tranquilly. At 3.45 p.m. we invite you to visit picturesque Okinawa watching “Bone Born Bone” by a Japanese director and comedian, Gori. At 6 p.m. we hold the last screening of the Indian film “Bulbul Can Sing” – a moving story of a girl who, despite the pressure of the community, dreams about living her life on her own terms.
The festival evening will offer a mixture of stylistics and topics which shall satisfy any film lover’s taste. Fans of original comedies cannot miss the screening of “Maggie” by a debuting South Korean director Yi Ok-seop. Action movie enthusiasts will certainly appreciate the captivating “Fury” and all viewers interested in Fruit Chan’s works can choose between two films: “Little Cheung” and “Three Husbands”.
18 - 30 November 2019
The Five Flavours collection of films presented on the vod.pl platform was joined by one of this year's hits, "Born Bone Born" directed by Gori (Toshiyuki Teruya). The film will be available 18-30 November together with such hits as "Samu Song", "Marlina: The Murderer in Four Acts" or "Honeygiver Among The Dogs".