Newly-hired gofer Young-Jak Joo becomes a key pawn in a powerful South Korean corporate-crime family obsessed with sex, money, and intrigue. The family bribes a government official to take ... See full summary »
| It's a good idea to interpret the magic of money from a specific angle
It's a good idea to interpret the magic of money from a specific angle, but it's not very good from the angle of eroticism. Many characters can not see the specific relationship with the main line, such as the old president and his next daughter, Robert, seems to be rigidly embedded in the plot, rather than from the story itself. Eve's opening eyes at the end was a failure, a good realistic thriller. How to say money? People who do not really understand it can't describe its magic and greatness. So the film scratches its head and tail from boots to boots.