This movie made me think and that IMO is the mark of great art. The acting and characters are great. The ending is unexpected.
Do yourself a favor and see it.
"...Art is anything that's creative, passionate, and personal. And great art resonates with the
viewer, not only with the creator." Seth Godin
The theme song was so hypnotic.
Kim Ki Duk you beauty !
But normally we appreciate the grace of the movements in a dance in large part because we appreciate the ability of the performer to produce those movements in such a precise, delightful manner. In the case of this movie, however, it's not clear who the performer is supposed to be. Is it the main characters, or is it the film itself (i.e. the camera work)? (Perhaps both?) In any case, neither impresses me very much.
In summary, if you want to see a film that is like a ballet, there's a chance you might like this film. But if you, like me, are more interested in the content, the story, the ideas, than the presentation, you won't like it.