In commemoration of the first anniversary of the release of “Drive My Car,” it is reopened.
Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s film “Drive My Car” has confirmed its reopening in Korea to mark the first anniversary of its release.
“Drive My Car” (Joah, co-imported movie company Triple Pictures) is a story about a director and actor Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima) who has scars on his dead wife meeting his exclusive driver Misaki (Toko Miura) and recovering his life.
“DriveMyCar” was released in Korea on December 23, 2021, continuing its ultra-long box office success and receiving great love from the audience. It has also won awards at film festivals around the world and has established itself as a masterpiece among film fans. In particular, the absolute support for “Drive My Car” by domestic audiences drew attention at the time of its release.
In commemoration of the first anniversary of its release, it was confirmed to be reopened on the 22nd of this month, allowing visitors to enjoy the best masterpieces once again through the screen. “DriveMyCar” is a film adaptation of a short story of the same name in the short story book “Men Without Women” by author Haruki Murakami, published in 2014.
Starting with the 74th Cannes Film Festival, he won the 94th Academy Awards International Feature Film, the 79th Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film, the 56th National Critics Association Award for Best Director, Screenplay and Best Actor, and the 27th British Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.