All For Love
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 7PM
(54 Varick Street, NYC
Korean Movie Night Series Seven
Deck the Halls: It’s Christmas in Korea!
As the cold autumn days grow shorter and New York City is blanketed in winter’s white, the holiday season descends upon us. But his time, it’s not Santa Claus delivering the gifts – it’s your friends at the Korean Cultural Service!
This winter, KCS’s Korean Movie Nights takes a special look at the most beloved of holiday seasons, offering up three very extraordinary—and very Korean—takes on Christmas. From a heartwarming remake of an American holiday hit to a tale of a North Korean boy and his toy robot, these distinctly fresh takes on a Western tradition won’t just warm your long winter nights, they’ll melt your hearts.
Bundle up tight, deck the halls, and join your friends and family at the final Free Movie Night series of 2012. It’s time to enjoy the gift of cinema from KCS – because it’s Christmas in Korea!
ALL FOR LOVE (2005)
In this unofficial remake of the 2003 American holiday hit Love Actually, the week leading up to Christmas serves as a saccharine backdrop for several couples who have fallen in love, are about to fall in love, or are just now discovering that love simply wasn’t all they’d thought it would be. Charming and sweet, but with a decidedly contemplative note, All for Love hits on everything we’ve ever loved about the holidays – and each other, interweaving a series of stories into one heartwarming and thoughtful film that will stick with you forever.
The film will be shown in Korean with English subtitles.
The next film screening will be MERRY CHRISTMAS, NORTH! (2010, 95min) on Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
(54 Varick Street, on the corner of Canal Street)
All seating is first-come, first served.
Doors open at 6:30pm.