Here, bulimia again takes center stage in this utterly bizarre (yet logical) movie about two neighbors, known only by their apartment numbers: 301 (Eun-jin Bang) and 302 (Sin-Hye Hwang). At the start, 302, a writer, has gone missing, and a detective wanders buy to ask 301, a chef, some questions. What is revealed is that 302 is bulimic due to some trauma in her past and 301 has been cooking for her to attempt to shake her out of it. Unfortunately, it doesn't take: Gourmet meal after gourmet meal goes in the trash and down the toilet, and the relationship between the secretive and progressively more unhinged 301 and the demure 302 gets tenser and tenser.
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