From Korea's most original filmmaker Kim Ki-duk (The Isle, Bad Guy, 3-Iron), "Real Fiction" is an absorbing, surreal and intriguing film that develops over actual time. Ju Jin-mo is a quiet and repressed artist who tolerates an endless stream of humiliating abuse from customers and street thugs alike as he sketches portraits in a park. Through an encounter with a dissatisfied customer, Ju finds himself enraged by the reality of his life and becomes hell bent on tracking down everyone who has ever tormented him. Unfortunately for the individuals who so frivolously wronged this fragile artist, a simple apology will now no longer suffice and bloodlust can only be satisfied with blood. Ju is determined to wash away the stains on his soul with murderous retaliation whilst completely unaware that someone is secretly recording the killing spree with a camcorder in all its bloody glory.