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

A hit-and-run accident.

Check all the nearby

surveillance cameras.

Excuse me.

Did you witness

the hit-and-run accident?


Yes, the car hit them

and stopped for a moment.

After checking the accident,

it fled.

What color was the car

that hit them?

We don't know yet.

We're checking what's on

the surveillance camera.

Are you a witness?

Vehicle confirmed. Silver Kia Optima sedan.

Owned by Lee Ran.

Address is Seoul, Chongro-gu,

Gahwe-dong 1-192.

Locate the vehicle and arrest suspect.

Yes, sir.

Silver Kia Optima?

Who told you to listen

to my walkie talkie?

Officer Lee!

This is the police.

Open the door.

What are you doing?

Who said I caused an accident?

I was in bed!

Come outside.

Are you that car's owner?

Who messed up my car?

Let's go.

Let go of me!

Who did this to my car!

Come with us.

Let's talk at the police station.

What for?

Get in the car!

Why do you keep following us?

We've caught the criminal

so go away:

I was in bed at that time.

Why are you making

me into a criminal?

Calm down!

This is police station!

I never caused that accident.

Let me go now.

Are you this car's owner?


This was taken at 2:10 am

by a surveillance camera

near the accident.

We'll get to the bottom of

this eventually.

Like I said before,

I swear I was in bed at the time.

I'm not someone

who roams around late at night.

You can't come in here so get out.

I think this has something

to do with me.

What are you talking about?

Get out of here.

Will you keep lying

even after seeing this?

I swear I went to bed

at midnight.

All I can remember was you

knocking at my door at 5am.

We obviously have enough evidence,

so why do you keep lying?

We even found

your engine over-heated.

I wasn't driving!

Why'd you wake me up

in the middle of the night?

We have evidence.

She's telling the truth.

Who are you?

He's been following us ever since

we were at the accident site.

I'm the criminal.

Do you know this woman well?

No, it's the first time

I've met her.

Then why are you

sticking up for her?

Because I'm the criminal.

What evidence do you have

to incriminate yourself?

When I followed

my ex-girlfriend's car,

a car popped out of nowhere,

and I slammed on the brakes.

But it was too late

and I crashed.

You already saw that

at the car accident site.

No, it's not true!

She's also saying that

it wasn't her.

Who causes an accident and

blatantly leaves the car at her house?

I swear I hit that car

at that very spot in my dream.

In your dream?

Yes, in my dream.

Are you kidding?

No, I'm not.

I'm telling you, it was the exact

same spot in the dream.

I didn't want to lose my ex's car,

so I took off.

I saw a drunk guy at a crosswalk

and woke up surprised.

You'll find skid marks at the crosswalk

because I hit the breaks.

Sergeant Lee! Throw him out!

The car I followed

was a white Hyundai Sonata!

He's right.

A white Sonata passed by

before the accident.

And there are skid marks

at the next crosswalk.

A drunk man was

also captured on camera.

Let me get this straight.

You dreamt it

and she acted it out?

If this woman can't remember

what she did,

then she must be a sleepwalker.

So do you walk

in your sleep, Miss?

Now let her go.

We should charge you instead because

you matched the description of the car?

Plus, you saw it in your dream!

And what about this picture?

Does the camera lie?

This is you.

Isn't it?

Why do you keep insisting

when She's innocent?

I told you I'm the one who did it.

You stay out of this!

How can a dream turn real?

A dream is a dream

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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