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7.2

Generally favorable reviews- based on 5 Ratings

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  1. Sep 29, 2014
    6
    Unwittingly it is my very first film from the universally acclaimed South Korean auteur Sang-soo Hong, by virtue of Isabelle Huppert. But out of my heart, the film is frustratingly bland and ineptly flippant.

    All the setting is exclusively in a remote beach and a family hotel near sea side. After an informal conversation between a pair of mother and daughter, Park Soo (Yoon) and Wonju
    (Jeong), about their familial dispute. Then Wonju starts to write three short stories for her script, each centres a French woman named Anne (Huppert), respectively as a female director, an adulteress and a divorcée (conveniently dressed in blue, red and green), and Wonju becomes the hotelier.

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  2. Jul 24, 2013
    7
    This is quite a charming low budget movie, with irritatingly funny dialogues and characters that let's you overlook the unimaginative photography. Acting and script are great, even if the stories don't really lead anywhere, they leave you with a feeling lighthearted enjoyment.
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69

Generally favorable reviews - based on 13 Critics

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  1. Reviewed by: Kevin Jagernauth
    Apr 15, 2013
    67
    The latest from the prolific helmer is not so much slight as is it light, charming and funny by equal turns, with a pretty terrific performance by Huppert who seems to be having a lot of fun with the part(s).
  2. Reviewed by: Maggie Lee
    Apr 15, 2013
    80
    Beguilingly simple, relaxed in its mastery and enhanced by Isabelle Huppert’s impeccable poise.
  3. Reviewed by: Walter Addiego
    Jan 25, 2013
    75
    If you stare at it too hard, In Another Country, an exercise in drollery from South Korea's Hong Sang-soo, simply evaporates. But if you take the film as the bauble it is, you'll be entertained by its lighthearted wit, social observations and resolute sidestepping of profundity.