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Korea, Japan · 2004
Rated R · 1h 28m
Director Kim Ki-duk
Starring Lee Seung-yeon, Jae Hee, Kwon Hyuk-ho, Choi Jeong-ho
Genre Crime, Drama, Romance

A young man, whose only possession is his motorcycle, spends his time riding around the city looking for empty apartments. After finding one, he hangs out for a while, fixes himself something to eat, and completes housework. In one ostensibly empty mansion, he meets the abused wife of a rich man, who will give his life new direction.

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Village Voice by Ed Park

Taut even when ridiculous, with flashes of comedy, 3-Iron has less to offer than its predecessors, but at minimum it's the playful exhaustion of a formal constraint.


TV Guide Magazine by Ken Fox

The almost supernatural turn which Kim's lovely film takes during its final act, however, is totally unexpected, and just one reason why Kim ranks as one of the most justly celebrated talents in contemporary Korean cinema.


L.A. Weekly by Scott Foundas

As repellent and repellently opportunistic a piece of work as the various shock-horror provocations (The Isle, The Coast Guard) that helped to launch this worrisome career (Kim Ki-Duk).


The A.V. Club by Scott Tobias

3-Iron gains its hypnotic power by observing these characters through a slight remove. With total command of his effects, Kim transforms an already peculiar romance into something as otherworldly as a ghost story.

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