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3-Iron
3-Iron
8.4
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3-IRON

Bin-jip

Directed by Kim Ki-duk
South Korea, Japan, 2004
Romance, Drama, Crime

Synopsis

A young and lonely drifter spends his nights in different empty family holiday homes. One day, he mistakes a quiet mansion for an empty one, and meets a young woman, a housewife looking to run away from her abusive husband, and in urgent need of his intervention.

Synopsis

A young and lonely drifter spends his nights in different empty family holiday homes. One day, he mistakes a quiet mansion for an empty one, and meets a young woman, a housewife looking to run away from her abusive husband, and in urgent need of his intervention.

Our take

Though still subversive, South Korea’s enfant terrible Kim Ki-duk eschews the explicit and exploitative, often unrelentingly cruel violence of his more sinister films in this romantic drama—an allegorical love story sentimental and quiet, gentle and tender.