As part of K-CINEMA 100, London East Asia Film Festival are bringing Bong Joon-ho’s The Host to the River Thames.
The special screening will take place on Friday 6th September and will include English subtitles. It is also in partnership with Totally Thames, in order to celebrate 100 years of Korean cinema.
The Host tells the story of an American military pathologist in 2000, who orders his assistant to dump 200 bottles of formaldehyde down a drain, which then leads into the Han River. Then, in 2006, a huge creature emerges from the Han River and begins attacking people. It captures Park Gang-du’s daughter and he, a slow-witted young man who runs a snack-bar in the park, must attempt to rescue her.
Check out full event details below:
Address: Tower Millennium Pier, near Traitor’s Gate Tower Of London, London, EC3N 4DT
Time: 18:30 – 22:00
Date: Friday 6th September 2019
Tickets: £20, can be bought on Eventbrite.
6:30pm Arrival at pier for boarding @Tower Millenium Pier
7:00pm Departure & Cruise with food & drinks (cruise around the River Thames)
7:45pm Film starts (embarked by at Tower Bridge)
9:45pm Film ends at Tower Millenium Pier
K-CINEMA 100 brings films to special venues around London’s landmarks that match the genre or narrative of the film with the venue. For more information, you can visit their website here.