(Korean with English subtitles) Blending politics with romance, noted director of "The Housewife" weaves a story of two activists in hiding in a remote shack. The intimate setting proves to be fertile ground for hidden desires.
Newly-hired gofer Young-Jak Joo becomes a key pawn in a powerful South Korean corporate-crime family obsessed with sex, money, and intrigue. The family bribes a government official to take ... See full summary »
In the first part of the movie, they only talk about sex and it was too straight and too much for me. I understand that it may not be representative of the Korean woman ! They are always with a glass of wine or alcohol in the hand, that may be not representative too. But in the end I liked his sense of humor. There are little jokes every where. The characters became touching as they are sincere and true. There is a little criticize of the Korean culture, a touch of gravity. I didn't like the way he moves the camera : too unstable. But some photo are beautiful and the country surrounding Seoul is beautiful too.
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