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|Directed by||Ju Kyung-jung|
|Produced by||Ju Kyung-jung|
|Written by||Ju Kyung-jung
|Music by||Si Kyung-won|
|Edited by||Cho Min-yeong
|Distributed by||Lotte Entertainment|
The film's title refers to a famous female nude piece by sculptor Jun-hyuk (Lee Sung-jae). The model of the piece has remained a great mystery in the art world, but a young critic (Kim Ji-hoon) claims to have also loved the femme fatale (Park Hyun-jin) who had been Jun-hyuk's muse.
Mi-ran, a beautiful dance student (Park Hyun-jin), becomes the model, muse and lover of her philandering sculptor-professor Jun-hyuk (Lee Sung-jae). When Mi-ran realizes that she will never be more than a model for Jun-hyuk, she leaves him for her stalker-cum-fellow student Min-woo (Kim Ji-hoon).
The story takes place 10 years later, when Min-woo and Jun-hyuk reunite as art critic and interviewee, and the two compare their conflicting memories of Mi-ran, who seems to have since disappeared.
- Lee Sung-jae as Hwang Jun-hyuk
- Kim Ji-hoon as Jang Min-woo
- Park Hyun-jin as Oh Mi-ran
- Kim Gi-yeon as Park Hyo-rim
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