2012 was a banner year for writer-director Hong Sang-soo with the release of In Another Country and The Day He Arrives. (And I realize that years are always a little iffy when it comes to Hong since his movies can take a while to get released in the States.) In 2013, we've had Nobody's Daughter Haewon (which played the Los Angeles Film Festival) and now Our Sunhi. Of Hong's last four, Our Sunhi is the weakest, although it certainly has its considerable charms. My review is live at Paste.