In late summer, after the rains, three young men hide out from the police in an abandoned schoolhouse. Some months earlier, three young women had come to the same building to remember their own schooldays there and a classmate who has died. Kim's indie feature, made on a shoestring, crosscuts between the boys and the girls, the present and the recent past, to construct a pattern of parallels and contrasts. Generally understated but shot through with moments of humour and suspense and the occasional spasm of violence, it creates strong moods and a palpable sense of place. It was the first 16mm feature to win theatrical release in Korea.