Geun-ho and Yong-woo are repeaters who live in Jin-joo, Kyeong-nam. They follow Sang-soo to Seoul on the day of his exams and spend a hot, one night.
This is not one long film but two short ones. The first segment, directed by Kim Jho Kwang-soo, is one of those introspective independent movies about generally unhappy people who are friends yet get mad at each a lot because, well, mostly because there isn’t anybody else for them to get mad at. It’s the same drill as a lot of independent films, but the short length presents this one from overstaying its welcome too much.
The second film, directed by Kim Tae-yong-I, has more going for it on objective merits because for most of the piece the characters are at least optimistic about that one special night.
You can watch the trailer for the movie here:
Original Title: Won Na-it On-li
Country: South Korea
Director: Kim Jho Kwang-soo, Kim Tae-yong-I
Stars:Yoo Min-gyoo, Jo Bok-rae, Park Soo-jin-I, Jang Yoo-sang
Run time: 67 min