The plot goes something like this. A fishing isle approached only by a path through an isolated forest. Hee-Jin (Suh Jung) is the groundskeeper who leads a solitary existence, selling bait to the fishermen by day, and her body by night.
When Hyun-shik (Kim Yoo-Suk) an ex-cop who murdered his girlfriend for her infidelity arrives, Hee-Jin watches, fascinated by his apparent loss of the will to live. To end his despair Hyun-Shik attempts to shoot himself, but his suicide attempt is prevented by Hee-Jin, an act which is the catalyst for their intimate feelings for each other.
A police visit to the isle, in pursuit of a suspect leads to their target becoming fatally wounded whilst attempting escape. The shooting is witnessed by Hyun-shik, heightening his fragile emotional state and again he attempts to take his life Ė this time placing fish-hooks inside his mouth.
Hyun-shik now in agony, is discovered by Hee-Jin. She attempts to cure his physical and emotional pain through sex. Their physical relationship becomes obsessive, intense and consuming and their fates.
Coming to DVD from Tartan Asia Extreme on 23rd May.
DVD extras include: 6 cast, crew and critic interviews, music featurette, behind the scenes featurette and a director featurette
Running time - 86 minutes
Certificate - 18
This title will presented in anamorphic widescreen
Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround; DTS Digital Surround 5.1
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