Is there anybody else today who still utilizes the almighty zoom as a regular part of their cinematic arsenal? The hand held camera masks mise-en-scene; the zoom emphasizes it. That’s why only the best can effectively use the zoom. Really enjoyed the film, although it was spending two hours with an insufferable passive-aggressive assclown. It also seemed to be commenting on a xenophobic sexism that apparently runs through Korean men that I really didn’t understand. But mostly I just luxuriated in the mise-en-scene.