The Day After (Geu-hu) (2018)
Critic Consensus: The Day After may rank among the slighter works in writer-director Hong Sang-soo's filmography, yet it still presents an absorbingly earnest look at relationships in turmoil.
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Shot in chilly, silky digital black and white, it plays with chronology in a way that seems both casual and musically precise.
The Day After may not be a particularly great film, but it does feel like a necessary one.
A lazy shoulder shrug of a movie that never bothers to work out who its characters are, what they want, or why their ostensible problems should be of interest to anyone else.
Hong tells the story in long and dialogue-filled takes, done in a soft black-and-white that feels like pencil drawings, to extract deep and earnest confessions with a graceful touch that shudders with the life-shaking emotions at their core.
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