Daniel Nava of Chicago Cinema Ciruit reviews “Right Now, Wrong Then”

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I caught Right Now, Wrong Then this past weekend – my first time catching a Hong film in a theater. I’m happy to report that the film exceeds even my most lofty of expectations, ringing cherries throughout its runtime and possessing the sort of disarming charm that disguises its massive depths. For those familiar with Hong’s previous work, the film bares many of his signature concerns and themes, realized through Cheon-soo (Jeong Jae-yeong), an art-house film director, and an ingénue student named Hee-jeong (Kim Min-hee). The two proceed wistfully through their day and into the evening, liquid courage lubricating the wheels of conversation as they share their time in each other’s company with certain harsh truths coming to light.

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