In Our Day

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    Christian ZilkoindieWire
    It’s the kind of film that might be described as a “crowdpleaser” with minimal irony in niche indie film circles.
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    Glenn KennyRogerEbert.com
    [I]t’s a plain-looking, often wry, and lightly nourishing character study with a diptych structure that adds enigmatic intrigue to the proceedings.
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    Brandon YuNew York Times
    As warm and wise as it is simple and languid...
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    Jessica KiangVariety
    The film becomes a kind of extended romantic riff on the idea that even when separated, two people can be having consonant, resonant experiences. Even a day spent apart can be “our” day.
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    Chuck BowenSlant Magazine
    For Hong Sang-oo, In Our Day is a gesture toward recognizing the beautiful, awful, and uncanny.
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    Jonathan RomneyScreen International
    Won’t earn Hong any new fans, but avid followers will enjoy its elusive felicities and love puzzling over its enigmatic gaps.
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    Robert HortonThe Scarecrow
    A slim and wistful entry in Hong's work, a modest example of his offhand style. But it has its moments.
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    Andrew WyattThe Take-Up
    If you're a Hong Sang-soo fan, you know what you're in for: quiet, humane, lightly scripted scenes of people talking earnestly about work, art, life, and food. As always, it's a low-fi pleasure.
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    Siddhant AdlakhaJoySauce.com
    he story of two seemingly unrelated artists reflecting on their careers, its calculations involve creating natural conversational ebbs and flows that both disguise and reveal artistic anxieties in equal measure.
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    Christopher Llewellyn ReedHammer to Nail
    Lean into the magic of the banal as it uncovers its often-profound mysteries.
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