Synopsis: In the aftermath of a car crash, a man discovers his dreams are tied to a stranger's sleepwalking.
Director(s): Ki-duk Kim
Production: Asian Crush
  1 win.
95 min

and reality is reality!

Get him out of here!

I'm telling you,

I caused the accident in my dream!

She's innocent!

He's a total psycho!

Drag him out of here!

Why aren't you listening to me?

What's the matter?

Are you feeling guilty now?

She's my patient.

She only used to wander

around at night.

Now she drove her car

and caused an accident.

A sleepwalker drives

her car around,

gets into an accident and goes

right back to sleep?

There are even cases where people

commit murder and don't remember it.

Then what now?

There's undisputable evidence

against her.

She's suffering from a severe case

of sleepwalking.

The best is to settle things

with the car accident victims.

What if they don't settle?

I'll persuade them.

It wasn't a fatal accident anyway.

They'll understand

if I explain the situation.

I'm responsible for half of this.

What do you mean by that?

I dreamt the same thing.

It was exactly

the same situation and place.

When did you start dreaming?

A week ago.

Her symptoms also started then.

I couldn't remember

what I dreamt before.

Lately, I remember my dreams

so clearly.

I had to go

to the scene of the accident.

Because it felt so real.

A dream is a memory.

Through a dream you can see

not only the memory of birth

but of many past generations as well.

A dream is also a person's

fear of the future.

What is your fear?

Having many sad moments.

What do you see now?

I don't see anything.

It's dark.

Now what do you see?

I see many lights spreading out.

And now?

The lights scatter.

I feel like I'm gonna suffocate.

Like it's going to explode.

I'm okay.

Please bring her here.

I'm sorry, it's all my fault.

You don't have to go to the hospital.

I took care of everything.

The car is also being repaired.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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