Unforgettable in how it boldly presents adolescence...from a minority's perspective, not just as a life passage, but a type of performance.
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Seoul, 1986. A raucous gaggle of Korean teenagers spills out of the Gimpo airport and onto buses that take them to a location just outside the city. There, these high schoolers sent from all over the world—the U.S., Mexico, London, and Hamburg—are participating in a government-sponsored summer program to help them connect with their heritage. With a summer of partying ahead of them, they’re on a crash course to bring shame to their families, their ancestors, and their hosts—but with any luck, they might just figure out how to make friends, fall in love, and absorb some of their roots along the way.
Comedy, Drama, Romance
Justin Chon, Jessika Van, In-Pyo Cha, Teo Yoo, Esteban Ahn, Byul Kang, Albert Kong, Heejun Han, Crystal Kay
Timothy Tau, The Playlist
“Seoul Searching,” an ’80s-set teen comedy written and directed by Benson Lee, had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival back in January and was a homecoming of sorts for Lee. His previous film, “Miss Monday,” also premiered at the fest in 1998, winning a Special Jury Award for star ...
Fine Arts Theatre 6.24.16 - 7.07.16