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The majority of films in the Vancouver International Film Festival are unrated and you must be 18 and purchase a $2 VIFF membership to attend a screening. However, a selection of films are open to all ages.
Before you make your purchase, please note The Rio is 19+ exclusively with the exception of the rated High School Screenings at this venue.
Park Kiyong’s new documentary is a companion-piece to his Garibong (VIFF 2013), which looked at Chinese-Korean immigrants in Seoul. This time he’s in Yanji, the booming Chinese city closest to the North Korean border, looking at its almost hallucinatory mix of Chinese and Korean foods, trades and cultures. As before, he goes beyond sociology to some very human insights. Tony Rayns
Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel and Rachel Weisz anchor Paolo Sorrentino’s gorgeous follow-up to The Great Beauty. Fred (Caine), a retired composer, and friend Mick (Keitel), a film director, are sojourning in a stunning Swiss alpine spa. Surrounded by bodies old and young, supple and sagging, they reconsider their pasts—while Sorrentino choreographs the action with exquisite control. "Sorrentino’s… brightly effusive visual imagination can be intoxicating…"—New York Times