A model (Seung-yeon Lee) falls in love with a young drifter (Hee Jae) after he whisks her away from her abusive husband (Gweon Hyeok-ho).
" It's actually quite satisfying, in a weird, magical-realism sort of way that manages to disturb and confound as much as it appeases the romantic. "
" Kim works with the barest of materials but returns the viewer's attention to the pure visual pleasure of filmmaking. "
" Here is where things get murky, intriguingly so. "
" For the most part they achieve a delicate balancing act, mixing near-silent comedy with an old-fashioned sense of whimsy. "
" A movie meant to be taken on faith more than anything else. The more you can grant it, the greater the reward. "
" This enigmatic and in some ways maddening motion picture has the power to haunt every viewer it reaches. "
" An uncanny spiritual exploration of the unlikeliest of great loves. "
" Delicate and subtle. "
" A lyrical, sporadically violent tale of love on the run that gradually turns into something spooky, poetic and disarmingly gentle. "
" What is meant to be profoundly puzzling can start to seem just theatrically silly. "
" A mesmerizing, offbeat, violent, playful yet serious parable. "
" Moves from a strangely spiritual reality to a really strange spirituality -- and leaves its best parts behind. "
" What is so engaging about the film is the way its director, Ki-duk Kim, manages to keep our interest intensely focused on the couple. "
" 3-Iron may not be a horror movie, but it is still haunting. "
" Seems more ghostly than ghastly, a movie with a life all its own. "
" A hypnotic, almost wordless love story about transience physical and spiritual. "
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