'Past Lives' is a story about love and choices : Pop Culture Happy Hour The new film Past Lives follows Nora (Greta Lee), a writer who lives in New York with her husband, and meets up again with a man she knew long ago as a girl in South Korea. Written and directed by Celine Song, the movie is an emotional study of how Nora tries to understand both the path she took and the many paths she didn't.

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'Past Lives' is a story about love and choices

'Past Lives' is a story about love and choices

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Teo Yoo as Hae Sung and Greta Lee as Nora in Past Lives. Jon Pack/Twenty Years Rights/A24/A24 hide caption

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Teo Yoo as Hae Sung and Greta Lee as Nora in Past Lives.

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The new film Past Lives follows Nora (Greta Lee), a writer who lives in New York with her husband, and meets up again with a man she knew long ago as a girl in South Korea. Written and directed by Celine Song, the movie is an emotional study of how Nora tries to understand both the path she took and the many paths she didn't.


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