April 29, 2005
What if you didn't have a home? Sleeping on the streets can be kind of rough. The main character in this film thinks of a way to remedy this situation.
The young drifter sneaks into peoples' houses while they are on vacation and makes it his own for a few days. But since he's not really a criminal, he finds things to do around the house - such as chores or handyman work - to repay the kindness that a house's owner has unwittingly shown to him. His undoing comes when he runs into a beautiful woman in one of the houses who is looking to change her miserable life for the better.
This Korean film makes its U.S. premiere at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. It has already won some film festival awards and hopes to repeat here in the United States. (Marty Doskins/BOP)