Jongsu bumps into Haemi, a girl who once lived in his neighbourhood. Haemi asks him to look after her cat while she is away. After she returns Haemi introduces Jongsu to Ben, an urbane, wealthy Korean American. The three have one almost-perfect evening together and Ben confesses a strange hobby to Jongsu. Soon after Haeme disappears. A romantic thriller in which an aspiring writer and a rich hotshot become rivals for the affections of a charismatic young woman – HOLLYWOOD REPORTER Once again, Lee has crafted a film of wondrous complexity and inscrutability – SCREENDAILYPlease follow, share and like RFT
Based on a true story, this film is about celebrity biographer Lee Israel who makes her living writing biographies of historical women. When her luck and her finances begin to run out she is unable to find work until she discovers a new skill in selling forged letters by famous authors. She is aided in this by her friend, Jack, but they soon find themselves on the wrong side of the law. What is on paper a small-time heist film in the vein of the Coen Brothers or Breaking Bad is ultimately a cover for a more observant and relatable
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