Jeon Go-woon's impressive debut feature is, according to Rebecca Pahle of Film Journal International, "emotionally complex and bittersweet … a quiet miniature masterpiece." It stars actress and model Esom as a musician-turned-cleaning woman. She has pared her life down to the bare essentials — whiskey, cigarettes and a roof over her head — in an attempt to drop out of Korea's high-pressure society. When she loses her apartment, she is forced to depend on the kindness of old friends, causing her to question whether her personal code of honor is sustainable. (Note courtesy of the Freer|Sackler.) DIR/SCR Jeon Go-woon; PROD Kim Soon-mo. South Korea, 2017, color, 106 min. In Korean with English subtitles. NOT RATED
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