Poetry

Poetry (2010)

Genres - Drama  |   Release Date - May 13, 2010  |   Run Time - 139 min.  |   MPAA Rating - TV-PG
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Poetry (Hangul: 시; Hanja: 詩; RR: Si) is a 2010 South Korean drama film written and directed by Lee Chang-dong. It tells the story of a suburban woman in her 60s who begins to develop an interest in poetry while struggling with Alzheimer's disease and her irresponsible grandson. Yoon Jeong-hee stars in the leading role, which was her first role in a film since 1994. The film was selected for the main competition at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Best Screenplay Award. Other accolades include the Grand Bell Awards for Best Picture and Best Actress, the Blue Dragon Film Awards for Best Actress, and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress.

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Box Office

$2,539,040

Tags

2010 Cannes Film Festival, Alzheimer, Alzheimer's Disease, Bridge, Lee Chang, Mija, Old Woman, Poetry Teacher, South Korea, Teenage Rape

Attributes

Narrative Location: South Korea
Subject: suicide

Alternate Titles

Le poème
CA
Poesi
NO, SE
Poesía
AR, ES
Poesia
BR, PT
Poesía para el alma
AR
Poetry
BE, CA, FR, IT, GB, US
Poezie
RO
Poezija
RS
Poézis - Mégis szép az élet
HU
Poezja
PL
Poiisi
GR
Shi
AU, DE, KR, TR
Shîka
JP
Thi Ca
VN
Ποίηση
GR
Поезія
UA
Поэзия
RU
ポエトリー アグネスのうた
JP
ポエトリー アグネスの詩
JP
生命之詩
TW
HK
CN
诗情
CN
KR