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Jung seems oblivious to Xiao Wu’s childish attempts at communicating with him.
Although obviously not to everyone’s taste, can be a rather meditating experience with sparse dialogue and long silent scenes where the viewer is given the opportunity to submerge in the significance of the seemingly insignificant.
The film is also filled with subtle humour portraying everyday life of an extremely bored pre-adolescent boy.
Just like a warmth-seeking missile, he never seizes to direct his attention towards him – he smells his chopsticks to find out what he had for dinner, he takes a photo of both of them together while Jung is asleep and even secretly cuts one of his pubic hairs – all to be entered into his journal which is entirely dedicated to documenting Xiao Wu’s observations of the tenant.
Occasionally, he tries to get under Jung’s skin by putting on his boxer shorts and mimicking his daily routines, including shaving.
One of the focal scenes of the film has Xiao Wu reading out loud a composition he was supposed to write as part of his homework. In a somewhat shaky voice he presents Jung as his Korean father who has a distinct smell of beer and Johnson’s baby powder but also someone who loves him and cares for him and meets him every day after school.