Choi (Kang Hye-Jung) begins work as a student-teacher at a high school.
During her first day on the job, English teacher Lee Yoo-Rim (Park Hae-Il) hits on her in a very brash manner.
What about when a director’s personality is plain for all to see, but it only makes the story more confusing, without adding any “interior meaning”?
feels a little like what would happen if the script for a Lifetime television drama about harassment in the workplace fell into the hands of one of the lesser French New Wave directors.
In his explanation of the auteur theory, Andrew Sarris talked about the interior meaning of a film as being extrapolated from the tension between a director’s personality and his material.
He was referring to directors like Hitchcock and Preminger who often worked with scripts from a variety of writers but managed to stamp each of their pictures with an unmistakable visual style.
the film starts with her mentoring under another teacher counselor who is her junior, as an effect of that previous harrasment by her which is only revealed later on.Shunned by his daughter and wife, his only goal is to live a quiet life with his family out in the country. See full summary » A missing person case involving a female university student and the victim in a hit and run case appears to be the same person. It is only until a year later that he starts to know her personally and develops a feeling towards her despite her own problems.Ruthless cop Chul-joong and a merciless killer in raincoat run into each other in a small alleyway and form a fatal bond.The result is an an unexpected reversal of roles between them as co-workers, as well as a reversal of dynamics in their personal relationship.i'am surprised at the wrong perceptions people review the film after watching it myself.