A boy lives under the care of an old monk and is punished for tormenting small animals Kim himself was criticised for animal cruelty in the making of his film The Isle. One rich kid moves away to Seoul, causing some resentment and the others left behind reassess their relationships. The film has a crazy and exuberant theatricality, with broad streaks of farce, and also a strong if unexpected element of sympathy. Choi Min-sik plays Dae-su, an arrogant and obnoxious man whose nightmare begins on a rainy night in Seoul in the s. Jeon Do-yeon plays a woman in her 30s whose son is abducted and killed and in her anguish, she turns to religion, throwing herself fervently into this new devotional existence in a desperate attempt to cauterise the unimaginable pain. The teenage son flukes a plum job as an after-school tutor to a teenage girl who lives in a colossal modernist mansion. Five young women find that their friendship is under pressure after they leave high school in the provincial town of Incheon. The film is renowned for a bizarre moment when Dae-su eats a live octopus for the sheer existential defiance.
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