SIFF 2015: A Matter of Interpretation (Lee Kwangkuk, 2014)

This is part of our coverage of the 2015 Seattle International Film Festival.

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Nothing is more boring than listening to someone else explain their dreams. It’s a wholly selfish act, inflicting a narrative of zero consequence upon a hapless listener who will never, ever connect with it. With this handicap in mind, the success of the delightfully oblique A Matter of Interpretation, which is almost entirely about dreams, is even more astonishing.

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