"His Concern": A man and a woman are attracted to each other on the train, but he is nearly tongue-tied. "I'm Here": A wife hides every time her husband comes home, and wonders whether he will still look for her if she is not there after an upcoming operation. "33rd Man": While shooting an erotic vampire movie, an experienced actress teaches her younger female co-star how to seduce the director. "The End and the Beginning": After Jung Ha's husband dies, her husband's mistress insists on coming to live with her. "Believe in the Moment": Three high school couples test their love by permuting partners for a day. Written by
When watching the first scene I thought it would be a interesting film and to some degree, it's pretty intriguing and had a good start. The movie has 5 different stories but they all have to do with something erotic, some maybe more intriguing than others. So basically it's a anthology film that is mainly centered on the theme of "Eros", even if the characters in each segments aren't really connected. Although the movie can be a bit awkward at times, it also doves into the human psychology. Since some stories are more interesting and intriguing than others and it really isn't a artsy film either although it seems to try, overall it just wasn't that great, but ain't terrible either.
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