, Los Angeles Times
As usual Hong ("In Another Country," "Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors") builds a rich structure of personal behavior and awkward social interaction on this simple platform.
, Time Out
Couched in a lackadaisical storytelling style which masks an underlying fascination with the moral whys and wherefores of Korean society.
One of Hong's most linear films, it goes right for the pleasure centers.
, New Yorker
The title and setup of the South Korean director Hong Sang-soo's ironically romantic drama are a scintillating ruse.
, Eye for Film
This apparently meandering, unfocused story conceals an acutely observed portrait of a society in flux.
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