From the director of international hit Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring comes the much more sensibly titled 3-Iron. Described by The Lumiere Reader as an 'existential romance', nearly dialogue-less film follows burglar Tae-suk (Jae Hee) who breaks into houses - not to steal but merely stay the night, take a bath, do some laundry.... More
The gig is up though when he breaks into an apartment and finds a cowering woman (Lee Seung-Yeon), who's been beaten up by her husband. Without exchanging a word they fall ecstatically in love. When the husband returns, Tae-suk exacts vengeance with the golf-club of the title. The pair flees, chased by angry hubby & cops.Hide
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A film that is silent yet highly entertaining. It is funny and sad and shows a great love for its charakters. It is simply a very od movie which leaves you with a very special feeling. The world outside the cinema somehow seems different then before. You reflect about the movie without any film critics mindset in action. It's just the mood of the film, the simple pictures, the strange ending...