Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Hip black comedy is punctuated by brutal violence in South Korean writer director Chulhee Park's tale of a speech-impeded hit man who only targets outwardly-respectable hypocrites. Killa (Shin Hakyun) is a sharp-shooting triggerman who has taken to killing as a means to finance the operation that will allow him to speak clearly. One night, while enjoying a meal at his favorite local eatery, Killa makes the acquaintance of pretty bar girl She (Yoon Jihye). Later, as Killa and She enter into a playful romance while Killa furtively teams with rug-cutting fellow assassin Ballet (Kim Minjun) to take out a number of high-profile targets, the stammering gunman finds his luck taking an unanticipated turn for the worse.
dance [art], hitman, killing, romance, speech-impediment