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3-Iron (Bin-jip) , 2004

Tae-suk (Hee Jae) is a lonely drifter who spends his nights in one empty vacation home after another. However, Tae-suk is not your usual squatter, as the courteous young man always makes sure to show his absent -- and unknowing -- hosts his gratitude by doing small household tasks or making simple improvements before moving on. One day, Tae-suk mistakes a quiet home for an empty one and stumbles across an abused housewife (Seung-yeon Lee) in urgent need of his intervention.

Director & Writer Kim Ki-duk

Stars

Seung-Yun Lee, Hee Jae, Hyuk-ho Kwon

Director Kim ki-Duk wrote the screenplay of the movie in one month, the movie was filmed in 16 days and the film editing was done in 10 days.

Crew members gave up half their paychecks to fund the movie, but were later paid with profit.

The golf ball tied to the tree is how the director practiced hitting a golf ball. It saved him spending money at a golf course.

The main actor didn't know how to play golf. The director taught him how to hit a golf ball.

Included among the "1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die", edited by Steven Schneider.


Subs: English & Portuguese

Movie link:  https://youtu.be/DAmnm9MTrqU


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