Girl, Interrupted

If you think there's nothing but rubbish on the Internet, you're not a film director. First there was Stanley Kwan's Lan Yu, then Shunji Iwai's All About Lily Chou-Chou, two films inspired by stories on the Net. Three years ago, Korean director Kwak Jae-yong read a Web column tracing the ups and downs of a relationship between two college students: she eccentric, he naive. Kwak has turned it into My Sassy Girl, an esculent entrée billed as a romantic comedy. In fact, it's harder to categorize: the movie is absurd, bizarre; it beats to its own peculiar—and somewhat...

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