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  1. Rafael Ramz III's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  2. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  3. DSPRKY's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Seemingly light and fluffy, but with a lot going on behind the scenes (the American café owner, the indebted Korean nephew, etc.). The usual Sang-soo tropes are on display, but I'm game as long as he keeps using them to great effect like he does here.

  4. εξώτερο Διάστημα's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    +1 extra star for the "dream" pastille: that single light touch manages to wipe off the stupid zoom-ins, the awkwardness bearing the stamp of Swanberg as if he filtered Rohmer through his style and wore the corrupt product w/ anti-elitist pride (Adibas, Nokea, Rowmer, Swineberg), and apparently teases sardonically our all-accepting, hypersensitized, indiscriminating multiculti notions: these guys are wacko but that's

  5. -REM-'s rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  6. Giulia Galbarini's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  7. emanuela's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  8. Nelson's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Bad acting, lazy script, terrible editing. The limit of Hong Sang-Soo's system right here.

  9. CarlosEsquives's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Lo atractivo de Sang-soo es que siempre reinventa sus modos para armar su trama. Están los cambios de tiempo. Su filme luce como una especie de rompecabezas, pero que no necesariamente le otorga una complejidad dramática. Algunas piezas incluso (como su secuencia final) parecen solo completar lo que ya se daba por aludido. "Hill of freedom" es un retrato más sobre el melodrama, la infidelidad, alcohol y comida.

  10. mlstrx's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    the world needs more 65 minute films

  11. Cătălin, HiperCristalin's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Tommy Wiseau should take notes because the Japanese actor's performance stands as the funniest thing I've ever seen in cinema.

  12. lilya's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  13. CANNED LUCIDITY's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Not his most penetrating character study, but filled with a great sense of humour and his usual eye for social manners.

  14. BRAND UPON THE BRAIN!'s rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    c'mon guys this is like the 6th time he made this movie lol

  15. Stephane Tanaka's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Hong Sang Soo is the most over rated asian filmmaker in France, perhaps with Kiyoshi K. For once it was not autobiographic, and not utterly cheap and bad, there was a little bit fun, and it was short

  16. Alex's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  17. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Along with NIGHT AND DAY, this may be Hong's greatest achievement.

  18. Cihan Ünsal's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  19. Ostermyers's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  20. Cependant's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

  21. paxy's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    https://cinepaxy.wordpress.com/2015/05/28/hill-of-freedom/

  22. Taufiq Hariyadi's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Genuine talkative moments without overdoing them (3.5)

  23. William Low's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Clash of past and present, wine and soju, what was and what is

  24. Brendan's rating of the film Hill of Freedom

    Hong's take on globalization. Though soju is still consumed, it is the wine bottles that stand out in the mise-en-scène. It is the American who communicates most fluidly and aptly with the local people. Culture has become an aesthetic rather than a geography, an aesthetic which people consume and appropriate, in ways that vastly simplify their true nature.

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