Three adult siblings, all with different personalities, begin to live together in their mother's home.
The middle sibling, 48-year-old In-Mo, is a movie director. His first film turned into a box-office disaster. Since then, he has decided to move back in with his mother. Oldest sibling is Han-Mo. Han-Mo is generally regarded as a pain in the neck type of person who has lived with his mother all of his life. Han-Mo doesn't work. Then, youngest sibling Mi-Yeon moves back into their mother's home. Mi-Yeon has a strong personality and will soon enter into her third marriage. Meanwhile, Mi-Yeon's daughter Min-Kyung is about to enter adolescence.
Cast & Credits
I'm already heading in my mid-twenties, and in my family, you're either married with kids or have a career already--they're old fashion. I'm currently still in school and live at home. When you're little, you dream of moving out and living your life independently after 18; however, shit happens and sometimes you have to move back in with your parent(s). Though if you have a loving and supportive family, the biological clock is not a factor. This is what this movie is about: being a family.
In this movie there are three middle-aged siblings that have resorted to living back with their widower mother due to stuff that happens in real life.
The eldest career failed and so did his marriage. The middle sibling has had a history of being in and out of jail. The youngest divorced again.
This was a great movie about siblings that grew apart and even resented one another after they moved away from their home and reconnected when they moved back in with their mother and discovered much more about one another (and their mother) that ultimately all those aspects helps each one of them grow better as a person.
I thought the plot was solid; I never felt that it dragged or had unnecessary scenes. All actors played a fantastic job.