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After a sassy radiologist is snapped having sex in the X-ray room, the image swiftly circulates around the hospital. Nurse Yoon-Young is concerned that she might be one of the randy skeletons depicted. This sets in motion a bizarre series of events that see Yoon-Young bonding with her boss (Moon So-ri) and embarking with her on a mission to determine whether human beings are ever really worth believing. —London Film Festival
Fresh, Lively and lovely
Vivid, spontaneously funny and visually appealing, it demonstrates the vibrant aesthetic of modern Korean cinema. It revolves around the effects caused by an explicit X-ray photo, raising false accusations and a net of unsatisfied desires. The Hospital's workers react differently to the alarming situation, painting a canvas of society, its dogmas, prejudice and inability of trust. As an investigation starts to find out who were having sex in the X-ray room, other issues surge among them, strengthen up their virtues.
- Jul 4, 2019
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