K-CINEMA 100 SCREENING
괴물 | 2006 | South Korea | Dir. Bong Joon-ho | 120 min | Korean with English subtitles
Friday 6th September, 6:30pm - 10pm
Top deck of the boat on the Thames River
This screening is organised to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Korean cinema in partnership with Totally Thames.
CAST: Song Kang-ho, Byun Hee-bong, Park Hae-il, Bae Doona, Go Ah-sung
SYNOPSIS : In 2000, an American military pathologist orders his assistant to dump 200 bottles of formaldehyde down a drain leading into the Han River in Seoul.
In 2006, a slow-witted young man named Park Gang-du runs a small snack-bar in a park near the River with his father. While Gang-du is delivering food to some customers, a huge creature emerges from the Han River and begins attacking people. The creatures captures Gang-du’s daughter and he attempts to rescue her…
The Host will be screened on the top deck of a boat after a cruise along the River Thames at sunset.
6:30pm Arrival at pier for boarding @Tower Millenium Pier
7:00pm Departure & Cruise with food & drinks
(cruise around the River Thames, to see Tower Bridge, Westminster and more!)
7:45pm Film starts (embarked by at Tower Bridge)
9:45pm Film ends @Tower Millenium Pier
K-CINEMA 100 brings films to special venues around London’s landmarks that match the genre or narrative of the film with the venue.
Tickets: £20 including eventbrite fee