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At this point it feels as though Hong can create a lovely composition or reach psychological insights offhandedly-the films successfully translate his carefree filmmaking process into narrative form.
One of the best expressions/variations on Hong's usual formula.
This movie, like most of Hong's others, doesn't pass judgment on its largely passive protagonist. In fact, it suggests that observing the people that pass through one's sight and hearing is an entirely valid mode of living.
By the end of the film, Areum is forced to reckon with the very people she so casually, even callously inserted into her writing.
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