Museum Films is partnering with Well Go USA and Kino Lorber to deliver the best of new world cinema straight to your living room! We’re pleased to share House of Hummingbird, a delicate, autobiographical coming-of-age drama about a quiet 14-year old girl struggling to fit in and find love in mid-90s Seoul.
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“This Berlinale prize-winning debut from South Korean filmmaker Bora Kim follows introverted 14-year-old Eun-hee (Ji-hu Park) and her joyful indiscretions, fleeting romances, and formative tragedies, which steadily unfold against the backdrop of a rapidly developing Seoul in 1994. While searching for meaningful connections—familial, romantic, platonic—the whole of Eun-hee’s world takes on new meaning when a new tutor (Sae-byuk Kim, The Day After) steps into the foreground. Elegantly constructed with rich autobiographical and period detail, Kim captures the memory of adolescent feeling rarely depicted with such subtlety and humanistic insight.” -Film at Lincoln Center
Director Bora Kim | 2018 | In Korean with English subtitles | 138 minutes | NR