Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1/2.0
Cast: Lee Seung-Yeon, Jae Hee, Kwon Hyuk-Ho
Release Year: 2004
Subtitle: English, Korean
Duration: 90 Minutes
One day he illegally enters an affluent businessman's house only to be discovered by the inhabitant's battered wife who is hiding in a corner.
Sensing the young stranger's gentleness, the woman not only does not turn him in, she eventually leaves with him abandoning his hot-tempered,
careerist husband. Initially, there's no romance between them, just companions escaping from reality. From this point on, the unlikely couple
travels the city living a phantom's life in other people's homes without them knowing it. The young man's only lobby seems to be driving golf
balls after stealing one of the abusive husband's clubs after disarming him in a confrontation using said club.
However, the revenge-filled husband soon catches up and their benign existence is disputed and questioned by the authorities when they are
caught. It's a fascinating concept, one powerfully executed with next to no dialogue (the main actor Jae Hee doesn't speak in the film at all).
Director Kim Gi-Deok received a 15 minute standing ovation during the screening of "3-Iron" at the Venice Film Festival.