rated for 0 + years A small ensemble, a feast of witty dialogue – and a lot of alcohol: Hong Sang Soo makes a shout-out for filmic minimalism.
In a hotel overlooking a river, an ageing poet is visited by his two sons. They have grown apart over the years. Now, as he senses that death is not far off, he'd like to make up with them. The only other guest at the hotel is a lovelorn young woman. She's asked a girlfriend to join her for moral support. As the snowfall increases, the guests inside begin to circle each other in a similar dance to the snowflakes outside.