Domestic dysfunction from Korean director Sang-soo Im. The story is nothing new — sweet naïf gets ground under the moneyed wheels of her employers after crossing the semipermeable membrane of upstairs/downstairs relations in just the wrong way. But the telling is expert, with pacing so languid you almost don’t notice the dread creeping in. Much may be made of the film’s sexytimes, but the frankness about bodies works more to illustrate than to thrill. Taut, muscled ones may indicate raging narcissism. Hugely pregnant ones need lots of attention, and when they sneeze, they may pee a little into their handwash-only underwear (oops). And young, fertile ones may get pregnant if you have sex with them, with attendant complications. (2010) — Matthew Lickona
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