One day she faintly appears in Min-woo’s dream. Min-woo has no way to find out who the girl he had intercourse with in his dream is and he doesn’t have the breadth of mind to. Min-woo’s life goes by dryly and his wife Yeon-joo becomes colder and conflicts with her get deeper. Trying to avoid these situations Min-woo tries hard to tune in with Yeon-joo and write down his resume. Da-eun is a close friend of the couple since university. She sees Yeon-joo heading for somewhere with another man that’s not Min-woo accidentally. Da-eun stands by Min-woo and holds his hand because he looks so lonely standing in the middle of conflict with his wife and he tries to act like nothing's wrong. They end up having a dreamlike one night. The love they shared in his dream is now facing them. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
The film makes a shoddy attempt at storytelling. A young man seeks to escape from his unhappy, monotonous life by taking refuge in a dream like world. Here he meets a nubile young thing who fulfills all his sexual desires. We're given hints of who these people are, but we never get to know them or why they come to be in the situation they're in. On the other hand, we're privy to their sexual exploits, ad nauseam.
Hear me when I say Dream Affection is pure porn. With a budget.
Given that there's essentially NO story to speak of, I don't even know why this picture was made except to continue the widespread objectification of women.
The acting is lame. It's clear the female lead is probably an aspiring actress looking for a big break. Or an amateur porn actress. Whatever her story, if she has any talent we don't get to see it considering the lack of a plot and the director's obsession with her breasts.
The male lead is only a little better. Dude spends the entire show dazed & confused. Even when he's getting his rocks off.
What a waste of time. Pisses me off that films like these get made when there are brilliant indie filmmakers out there who will never get a shot.
Needless to say, I won't be watching Part II.