A day after Eunju, who suffers from insomnia, suggests moving apartments, her lover Yunyeong suddenly disappears. Twelve months later, Yunyeong unexpectedly returns home. The two reunite and go for a walk.
A couple is talking. The woman wants to move because she hears too much noise in the house, but the man doesn’t seem to hear anything. The following day, the man tells her he heard a strange noise in his dream. However, the woman cannot find out what that noise was. The two are in the same place, but it also seems like they belong to different spaces. The Walk cannot be described entirely in a few sentences. However, it can be said that the film is divided into two parts: before and after the man goes missing. When the noise that the man heard makes its way back, the separation between the couple manifests in the time gap that the format of this film has wedged between them. Thus, this film is a rare realization of the carefully explored structure of time and space that makes fiction out of the distance between two people. (KIM Yesolbi)
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