Call it "Last Tango in Seoul." Korean director Jang Sun Woo's remarkable look at the unique sexual relationship between a young student and a man twice her age begins with interviews with his two lead actors. Lee Sang Hyun discusses what he thinks the
film is about. Kim Tae Yeon frets about the nude scenes, and not without reason rarely has so much screen time been devoted to explicit sex outside of the context of adult films. Kim plays J, a South Korean high-school student who is determined to lose her virginity before she graduates.
Both her sisters were raped, and J is determined to have sex on her own terms. She decides on Y (Lee), a married, 37-year-old...