This 2016 feature by prolific South Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo (his 18th overall) revolves around a case of mistaken identity—or does it? A young man (Kim Ju-hyuk) learns from his friends that his girlfriend (the beguiling Lee Yoo-young) has been seen out drinking with other men. He confronts her and she denies it, kicking into effect a confusing, albeit lighthearted, quasi-farce centered on the perception of this woman—as well as her supposed twin, and maybe even another woman altogether—by her boyfriend and a couple other men (played by Hong regulars Kwon Hae-hyo and Yoo Jun-sang) she encounters throughout. Something of an upturned riff on Luis Buñuel’s That Obscure Object of Desire (1977), in which two actresses famously played the same character, the film’s formal trickery is both absorbing and inscrutable. Hong’s films often give the impression of an intricate simplicity, his intentions laid bare but sometimes difficult to interpret. I recommend watching this more than once, but to what end, I’m still not sure. In Korean with subtitles.