3-Iron Reviews

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April 25, 2019
Oddly, 3-Iron is a violent yet serene meditation on the transitory nature of human existence. A work of genuine poetry, it's a cinematic hole in one.
September 1, 2013
Evanescence is the movie's most distinguishing characteristic.
July 2, 2007
3-Iron matches apparent simplicity to a beguiling inscrutability and ends with the most beautifully bizarre menage a trois to have been seen since Takashi Miike's Gozu.
June 21, 2007
Beautifully staged an performed, a sly wit with the camera work, an almost silent presentation of a lovely story.
March 1, 2007
It's a tribute to Kim's masterful mysteriousness that you are never quite sure what your exact reaction should be, as well as the fact that it's all highly intriguing rather than inscrutably annoying.
November 24, 2006
Lo mejor de esta fascinante y extraa pelcula es todo lo que dispara en el espectador en su intento por encontrarle un significado.
November 4, 2006
3-Iron est un autre bel ajout l'univers plus serein de Kim Ki-duk.
August 30, 2006
...μεθυστικοί ρυθμοί και εκκωφαντικές σιωπές...
August 11, 2006
What happens is less important than how it's happening, a film of subtle moments, with feelings and thoughts conveyed almost wordlessly, 3-Iron is both artificial and profound.
March 20, 2006
surreal
February 3, 2006
An unusual original story that's rooted in a Buddhist parable.
January 2, 2006
A lovely little movie that nonetheless feels slight even with its metaphysical subject.
July 18, 2005
July 15, 2005
An engrossing, if demandingly obscure, watch.
July 14, 2005
A poignant love story that seems to exist off the map of the real world, living in the blank spaces vacated by others.
July 12, 2005
If the snail's pace doesn't send you to sleep, you'll be rewarded with a tender and unusual love story.
June 25, 2005
June 17, 2005
Wings of Desire ... in reverse
June 16, 2005
What is so engaging about the film is the way its director, Ki-duk Kim, manages to keep our interest intensely focused on the couple.
June 10, 2005
Kim creates an offbeat (and almost entirely wordless) romance between misfits and finds beauty and tranquility in this strange form of domestic bliss.
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