World Cinemascape

July Tales

  • World Cinemascapeㅣ Asian Premiere
  • 201770minDCPcolorFiction
Director Guillaume BRAC
Nation France
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Paris and its suburbs. Two stories, four girls, four boys, on one summer day that will change their lives forever. The film consists of two short films.


Code Time Theater Info / Ticket
355 2018. 05. 06
MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 9

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743 2018. 05. 10
MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 10

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Guillaume BRAC

Guillaume Brac is a major director of French cinema’s new generation. His debut feature film <i>A World Without Women</i> (2011) deals with a man shaken up by two women. This emotional drama is continued in his film <i>Tonnerre</i> (2013) where he portrays a rapidly changing relationship as a musician and a woman meet. <i>July Tales</i> (2017), screened at the 19th Jeonju IFF, is an omnibus film about two friends’ visit to the beach and a Norwegian traveler’s last day in Paris. His recent documentary <i>Treasure Island</i> depicts the suburban Paris beach as a microcosm of the world. Brac crosses the boundaries of narrative and documentary film without setting a clear difference between the two and enjoys mixing elements from both sides. He is often mentioned as the descendant of Eric Rohmer due to his balanced projection of melancholy, irony, and ego in his portrayal of trivial daily lives.