Like You Know it All

This South Korean entry to the 2010 Seattle International Film Festival seemed to run for about three hours. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that it was just over two hours (126 minutes).

The film centers around a film director, newly famous, who has been asked to serve as a judge for a film festival in Seoul. This turns out to be the least important element of the film, which seems to be about smoking and getting drunk, with the occasional sex act to try to make it more interesting.

It didn't work...