This is the portrait of a young woman of goodwill, who is faced with pressure from her husband's family, practicing Catholic;, a bourgeois idleness, an almost transparent, perfect wife with sensible clothes, who wakes up to discovers something. It is a story of classes and latent racism: the lack of solidarity between the rich husband, the practicing Catholic, and the clandestine lover of the woman, who survives with several jobs. In this first unique, rich, and sometimes haunting film of Gina Kim, emotion comes to be felt without showiness. This emotion owes much to the presence of impressive actors, especially Vera Farmiga.
—Translated from French, Virginie Gauche (October 24, 2007)