I’ve no idea how we got onto this, other than maybe it being on a list of “20 worthy films to watch” in The Observer or something, but I’m so glad we did. Seeing a film produced by a different culture (South Korean) is an interesting and different-shaped lens to what we’re used to from the British/American/Australian film industries. A South Korean “black comedy/thriller” makes things just that little more delightfully off-kilter. However my chief delight beyond that was the way this film felt like it was going one way, then dramatically veered in a different direction, and then just when you thought you were getting the sense of that, lurched off in yet another direction. Exhilarating stuff! 👍👍

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