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Hannah Emily Anderson
(Korean with English subtitles) Blending politics with romance, noted director of "The Housewife" weaves a story of two activists in hiding in a remote shack. The intimate setting proves to be fertile ground for hidden desires.
A young writer can't write a word for his next novel, he also doesn't feel right with his fiancée; because he falls in love with a woman, but he can't remember who she is and can't figure out if she's real or just a dream.
Three best friends meet and boldly talk about sex together. Their characters are as different as their lifestyles. One works at a hotel, one at a design firm and the other is a graduate student. The conversations alter their lives as they begin to have different sexual relationships than before.Written by
Korean Sex and the City with more to-the-ground characters
I watched this film in Bangkok film festival and was surprised by how explicit it was, storywise and sexwise. The story of this film seems so realistic; lives of 3 twenty something Korean girls who are searching for love. It seems that these women are so obsessed with sex, but aren't we all do? In my opinion, this film portrays the inherent side of most modern Asian women, the side that they only share with their closest female friends, or even with themselves only. They went through loneliness, confusion on how to express their sexual desire, and last of all, finding what they want from life. I don't know, but I felt that the script writer is smart enough to make this piece of film so explicit yet not so overdone that it still feels very real. Big applause to all the actors, they dare to act, and they did it to the level that many professional hollywood actors might be put into shame. Great movie for those who are in the mood for some real-life sexual aspect of women. Sex and the City for Korean, I think.
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