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Korean romantic drama. Tae-suk (Hyun-kyoon Lee) is a young drifter who breaks into people's houses while they're away, repaying the owner's unwitting hospitality by doing their laundry or small repairs. Tae-suk's life changes though when he meets a beautiful woman in an affluent mansion who is desperate to escape her unhappy, abusive marriage.
It won't be everyone's cuppa tea. It has no dialogue but the film is great. It turns out to be a love story if I remember right.Published 2 days ago by itsabook
a must watch for international film lovers! moving and beautifully directed, a great film by anyone's standards. buy it nowPublished on 6 Dec. 2011 by talissa1987
There's very little dialogue in this film and next to none between the two main characters. Those who are put off by subtitles should take encouragement from that because the few... Read morePublished on 22 July 2011 by Polly on film
I love this film, I don't quite know how to describe it, there is hardly any dialogue but you get so absorbed by the characters that you don't really notice that there isn't much... Read morePublished on 17 Aug. 2010 by vic
to use a lot of words in a review of this film would do the film a disservice
the young man in this story is a tad bit immoral - he steals into homes of vacationers to... Read more
Kim Ki-duk is a master of minimalist film - check out 'The Bow' also. This is intelligent, funny, glorious....a TRUE movie - experience. Brilliantly acted. Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2008 by Mr. G. Sturdy