A fantastically assured debut, July Jung's A Girl at My Door is a moving character drama that manages to pack in a decent amount of social commentary to boot.
Another assured debut from a first-time Korean director, Han Gong-ju is a hard-hitting and thought-provoking film that handles extraordinarily complex issues with remarkable assurance.
At times funny, at others insightful, this film is nonetheless ideal for a quiet night in.
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