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

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


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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