Two bored housewives have affairs with two different men they meet in online chat rooms. As their relationships developed into offline relationships they often pass each other unwittingly in the hallways of the motels where they meet their lovers.
One day, the lady known as "Dew" is in a room with her aged college lover. Suddenly, her husband bursts through their door, along with police officers that he brought. The other lady known as "Small Bird" is in a adjacent room listening to what's going on in the other room. Small Bird whispers to her lover to be quiet, because the police officer in the other room is her husband.
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Overall I thought it was an OK movie, wouldn't exactly say it was a great movie. Only reason I gave this movie a try in the first place was because of Lee Min Ki. So if you want to watch a more a mature movie that will make you laugh, then give it a try and enjoy ^^
WARNING to the younger viewers the sex scenes aren't very explicit (no major nude scenes) but I would mostly recommended to the more mature audience.
Story: This is not a movie for kids. While the sex scenes aren't as graphic as a porno, they still happen. I won't go too in to detail but this is a pretty perverted movie. With all that being said, I rather enjoyed it.
"Small Bird" who married when she was young, had a child, and still wants to be that young girl again. She feels like her police officer husband isn't fulfilling her needs and that is how she gets on the online chat room. Despite meeting someone online and deciding to have an affair with him, she is still reluctant. Does she actually want to sleep with him? Or does she only like the fantasies he whispers in her ear in hopes she'll get in the mood and eventually sleep with him?
"Dew" despite being a little older wants to be young again. And what better way than to have an affair with a sophomore in college? Unlike "Small Bird" she isn't afraid to get down and dirty, the only problem is being caught by her husband. But that doesn't stop her.
This movie was enjoyable because of the silly hotel meetings, romantic fantasies and awkwardness that all played out in a well paced movie.
Music: The only complaint I have is that for such an interesting movie, there was hardly any music. When there was it wasn't anything memorable.
Cast/Acting: I'll never look at Lee Min-Ki, the college student, the same again. Everyone was good. They played their parts well, acting romantic, upset, awkward, the whole nine yards.