Simple stories told beautifully can have a great impact. 38–39ºC is such a story. It’s a film that fluctuates between narrative and experimental elements to tell the story of a rocky relationship between a father and son.The son visits a Korean bathhouse where time seems to stand still as he slips into a deep dream. In this dream, he meets his father (who shares an identical birthmark), and what begins as a cordial bathhouse scrub becomes a violent struggle to break free from his family roots.
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