A young film student and her mother run away to the seaside town of Mohang to escape their mounting debt. The young woman begins writing a script for a short film, in order to calm her nerves, and out of her imagination, three women named Anne appear -- each visiting the seaside town of Mohang. The first Anne is a successful film director; the second Anne is a married woman secretly in an affair with a Korean man; the third is a divorcee whose husband left her for a Korean woman.
Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
A beguiling set of variations on a theme, a gossamer-light etude composed for delight rather than dissection.Sheri Linden, Los Angeles Times, 01.10.2013
It is - for all its charms, and despite Hong's trademark formal experimentation -- ultimately rather lightweight stuff.Neil Young, Hollywood Reporter, 05.21.2012
By the time its third story kicked in, "In Another Country" lost me.Jeff Shannon, Seattle Times, 01.31.2013
A movie may be a representation of the world, but it is also something that happens in the world, which means that sustaining a cinematic illusion and breaking it are equally beside the point.A.O. Scott, New York Times, 11.08.2012