Korean arthouse favorite Kim Ki-duk shows a slice of dysfunctional city life with his latest treatise, 3-Iron.
In Samaritan Girl, he tackled Christian redemption and social tragedy through wayward schoolgirls and their sexual amorality. In 3-Iron it's materialistic and possessive adults who get a critical spanking. The result though is slightly less interesting and less appealing even as arthouse fare.
However, the premise is a kick. A transient young man spends his days breaking into people's empty homes. But instead of robbing them, he simply partakes of the vacationing resident's lives for a few days
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