Felix Brown’s review published on Letterboxd :
Not a bad film by any stretch of imagination, but it’s sorely lacking in warmth and complexity when compared to his two previous films I’ve seen ON THE BEACH AT NIGHT ALONE, and RIGHT NOW, WRONG THEN.
The classical music felt shoe-horned in and was so distracting, I would’ve much preferred a quieter, more subtle approach.
Still Min-hee Kim is everything, and she’s as compulsively watchable as ever here. A truly incredible screen presence who I’ll never tire of watching.