Shin Su-won’s critically acclaimed film ‘Pluto’ will be showing at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London from June 6th until June 17th.

SEE ALSO: [Film Review] Pluto (명왕성) (2013)

Ticket prices range from £7 to £10, minus the online booking fee of £1. ICA members can purchase tickets at £7, as opposed to the full price of £10. Concessions stand at £8.

Pluto is a movie which centres around the cut throat competition of school in Korea; the pressures to do well, and get into a top university. The movie explores the depths that people go to when pushed to the edge as the mystery behind the secret group of top students is unravelled through the eyes of Joon (David Lee).

Since its 2012 premiere, Pluto has been shown at a number of festivals around the world – including last year’s Edinburgh Film Festival. From Busan to Berlin, the film has been much enjoyed around the world and was nominated for two awards at the Hong Kong International Film Festival, and nominated for another award at the Berlin International Film Festival, of which Pluto won.

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See the showing dates below:

Fri 6th June 9PM Cinema 1
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Sat 7th June 8PM Cinema 1
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Sun 8th June 8:30PM Cinema 1
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Tue 10th June 8:30PM Cinema 1
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Wed 11th June 8:30PM Cinema 1
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Thu 12th June 8:45PM Cinema 2
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For directions on how to get to the ICA, check out their site here.

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