Boomerang Family (US Premiere)

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 7PM

Tribeca Cinemas
(54 Varick Street, NYC)

2013, 113 min.

Korean Movie Night
May 13th – June 17th
Presented by Korean Cultural Service NY

Tuesday @ 7pm
Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street, NYC) 

All seating is first come, first served.
Doors open at 6:30pm. 

Series Three: Redefinition of Family

As we grow older, we learn just how important our families are – and through this trio of wonderful new films, The Korean Cultural Service proves that this sentiment is the same all over the world. From happiness to tears, anger to redemption, family is the most incredible gift we are given – and we’re celebrating life’s strongest bonds. Celebrate the warmth and life returning to New York City’s streets by bringing your friends, co-workers, and families to this thrilling trio of beautiful and very different cinematic treasures, guaranteed to make you ponder about what it means to be a family, and ultimately cherish your loved ones even more than you already do. And don’t forget… as always, every film screening in our latest and greatest series is completely free! 

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MAY 13 – BOOMERANG FAMILY (2013, 113 min, US Premiere)

Filmmaker In-Mo is going through a crisis. His wife has left him for another man, his first movie is a total flop, and now he can’t pay his rent. While visiting his mother for dinner, he makes the decision to stay at her house indefinitely – a choice that does not sit well with his ex-con brother. Soon, In-Mo discovers that his sister is also planning on moving back home, and the usually calm family spirals into heated arguments. Who deserves to live there the most? Will the issues of her troubled children drive their secretive mother to madness? And most importantly, can they ever all live together as a happy family?

Miro Yoon