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Jessica Yeung’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Got free tix to watch this indie Korean film by a female filmmaker. Refreshing and delightful, the leading actress is a self-reflective commentary of the director herself. The lack of sex scenes and the pure friendship and family-oriented plot are also signs of female subjects. A warm and cute film with child actor and actress. But the pace is slow. There’s a plot twist at the end.
I have never been to Korea and this film is like eye travel for me during the pandemic. Korea is like Japan or a cleaner version of Taiwan. Would like to visit there someday.