Sara Gomes’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tae-suk is a young man who breaks into apartments to live there while the owners are travelling, in exchange he cleans up and does some repairs. One day, he breaks into Sun-hwa's home, not knowing that she is there, hurt by her abusive husband. The two of them meet and a beautiful, melancholic and silent love story begins. The movie is beautiful and poetic, like most Ki-Duk's movies. Although the characters never speak a word to each other, we can feel the connection between them better than most romantic flicks. It's a powerful, beautiful movie worth watching.