15 yrs 148 minutes 2018 7.5

This South Korean drama is based on the novel Barn burning by Haruki Murakami. We get to know the diversity worker and actress Hae-mi, and the educated and unemployed author Jong-su. They grew up in the same neighborhood but have not seen each other for many years, but suddenly one day they meet each other in a crowd and Hae-mi asks Jong-su if he can take care of her cat while she is away. Once back, Hae-mi has fallen in love with the rich man Ben, which Jong-su thinks is tough since he is in love with Hae-mi himself. But when Jong-Su gets to know Bens secret, everything changes. "The class difference that appears as a large, uncomfortable elephant in the room every time Hae-mi and Jong-su hang out with Ben and his privileged friends constitutes a large part of the film's basic theme." Writes Miranda Sigander in Corren.se. The film has been awarded several prestigious awards, including awards and a nomination in Cannes Filmfestival

The film is not playable outside of Sweden
Category: Feature film
Genre: Drama, thriller
Director: Chang-dong Lee
Actor: Ah-in Yoo, Steven Yeun, Jong-seo Jun
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean, English