Director Kim Bora paints an airy watercolor portrait in this 2018 film about a 14-year-old girl living in Seoul in 1994. Eun-hee (Park Ji-hoo) flits around the city, like the titular hummingbird, from school’s oppressive boredom to her volatile home, searching for affection in teachers, friends, boyfriends, and girlfriends. Perfectly capturing the listless searching feeling characteristic of early adolescence, this movie is delicate and subtle, never verging into saccharine sentimentality, but instead delivering a stunning emotional slow burn. With an easy, lingering tempo and stunning frames shot through with light, this South Korean drama leaves the viewer with a sense of contemplative midsummer lassitude. Korean with subtitles.