Heartwarming, Our Sunhi is about three distinct men (or maybe more about Sun-hi) and their relationships with her.
Her ex is madly in love with her, her professor is infatuated and the last one just happens to be her senior at college.
While the plot is centered around the girl's future and expectations, all their feelings are exposed in social encounters and/or heavy alcohol consuming over various pubs, idiosyncratic scenes in Hong Sang-soo films.
It moves at a steady rate and leaves open on who really "won" Sun-hi.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
It shows the evolution of the friendship between four men since childhood. When they go to separated schools, their attitudes and goals become different - while some develop gangsterlike features, others become study oriented. With the mature acting of all the protagonists, the film becomes interesting and the linear gaps of years show us unpredictable changes of every single character. The director and writer Kyung-Taek Kwak did a great job defining each one of the "friends."
Another interesting aspect is…
It tells the story of a girl from 1979 and a guy from the year 2000 who can communicate through a HAM radio. The mediocre acting and the poor directing made the movie a little boring and made me cringe sometimes, but the plot twists turned it interesting enough for it to be a representant of the Korean cinema. Like every film that deals with temporal communication, it demanded wits (see Back to the Future triology) and also had some…