Mozart Town

Synopsis: The story of a happy pianist, lonely people and sadly people.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Kyu-hwan Jeon
  1 nomination.
90 min

November's autumn

From within this cumbrous change, it feels

like walking towards my own limitless pasts.

I will spend a year in this city

as an exchange professor

Giving lectures and performances of

Mozart's invaluable heritage.

I hope this city could be my Mozart Town.

But for now, let me just lean on

my own hopes and excitements.

I came here for a university's invitation

I'll have to ask the time.

Whether my next one year here

will be a happy one.

Excuse me, one lottery coupon, please!

Here you are.


Oh, Hi Mom.

Something happened?


No, still nothing.

If he has something to say,

I am sure he will call.

Oh, mom.

You know I can't go and find him.

Alright, if I have time I will try.

Don't worry too much.

Take some rest.

Hide! Police is coming!

Where do you come from?


- Where do you come from?

- From Bangladesh.

- Where do you come from?

- I come from Bangladesh.

- Did you guys come togother?

- Yes.

- Now let's see yours.

- A minute please.




I don't know, motherfucker!

I am fucking busy right now!

I really don't know, you bastard!

Later! Just call me later!

Got it! Got it! Hang up!

Where do you come from? - Philippines

When did you come here? - A year ago.

I told you there is none here - Shut up.

These lazy bastads!

Where the fucking were you?

Who told you to come this late?

Go to work!

Always asking about salary

yet so lazy to work.

Work! Work! Work!

Hurry! Motherfuckers!

Hop in!

Why did you bother coming here?

You must be tired.

You should have just go home

I just finished around this area

I thought why don't we go home together

Have you eat? - Yes.

You? - No, not yet.

You must be starving,

let's go home and eat. - Sure.

A lot of tourists today? - Yeah, so so.

I work as a piano tuner,

I wonder why can I be this tired?

You look tired, shall I drive instead?

Really? Well, I am not tired.

Let me do it. - Ok.

Be careful! - Sure.

Drive Slowly. - Yes.

Did you go to hospital?

Why do you ask?

We talked about this already.

I don't wanna go to hospital.

What good does it do to me?

But still, you have to listen

to what doctor'd say.

You know I am doing well.

I am going to Gangneung tomorrow.

Stop by auntie's house on your way back.

No time for that.

Better go home and rest.

Go to hosipital at the next day, will you?

Hear some advise.

Don't get sick.

No, I am just exhausted.

Besides, doctors always say the same thing.

"Eat properly and don't get too much stress."

And that costs us 30.000 won.

Is 30.000 won that important?

You health is more important.

Get some rests,

please don't be too stubborn, Dad.

I do take some rests.

Alright. Just eat your meal.

But avoid the salty one.

You know that salty food

is not good for your health.

And still you keep eating

only the salty ones.

You know these foods are all salty.

And too, are you the doctor?

If you are that expert

then why are you sick?

If your disease get worse,

you'll have to be amputated.

I know.

(On the computer) "I live in Mozart Town."

(Typing) That must be far away from here.

(Typing) Don't you feel lonely over there?

(On the computer) "Sometimes."

So you don't do it when you got your period?

Someone I knew liked to do it

when I got my period.

Wait, I feel like vomiting right now.

Excuse me?

Are you drunk?

Hello? Are you there?

See you later. - Alright.

Cigarette, please.

Thank you.

Can you recharge this with 20.000 won?

-20.000 won? - Yes.

Thank you, keep up the good work!

This one, please.

Two lottery coupon, please.

Nice weather, isn't it?

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