Save for several scenes of torture by golf ball, Kim Ki-duk's Venice Film Festival winner is mercifully free of the often sickening violence for which the Korean director is infamous. Instead, it's a strange, marvelously romantic escapade about an unusual young man with an even more unusual pastime. Sun-hwa (Lee Seung-yeon) posts noodle-shop flyers on the doorknobs of houses and apartments, then later retraces his route to see which menus haven't been removed — a pretty good sign that the occupants are away. Sun-hwa then breaks in, but instead of looting, he showers, makes himself a snack and even hand-washes a few of the occupants' clothes. He also takes photos of h...