How to Steal A Dog • 개를 훔치는 완벽한 방법
Saturday Sep 19 06:00 PM
Saturday Sep 19 07:30 PM
Thursday Oct 01 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00
About the Film:
Part of Seoul Cinema 2015
Directed by Kim Sung Ho. South Korea. 2014. 109 mins. Korean with English subtitles.
Puppies, kids, action and comedy collide in a heartwarming modern fairy tale you won’t want to miss. Based on the novel of the same name by Barbara O'Connor, How to Steal a Dog is the story of Ji So (Lee Re), a young girl who sets out to "borrow" dogs from wealthy families to obtain reward money and sort out her family’s financial woes. After much consideration, she sets her eyes on Wally, the canine companion of the owner of a fancy gallery-restaurant (Kim Hye Ja, Mother). Complications ensue, however, when the owner's greedy nephew finds out that his aunt had willed most of her property to Wally, and develops his own scheme to get rid of the pooch. If you thought Uggie (The Artist) was the cutest Jack Russell ever to grace the big screen, think again!
See the trailer.
Opening-night reception: Sep 19, 6-7:30pm: Enjoy a Korean plate lunch from Sorabol, included with ticket. Hwayo soju, beer and wine for purchase. Watch a live performance by KPop in Paradise, visit a dog-therapy petting corner provide by Tails of Aloha, and then see How to Steal a Dog at 7:30pm. $35 • $30 MM. Purchase opening-night tickets.
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