3-Iron (Bin-jip) is a 2004 drama by Korean director Ki-duk Kim. The plot revolves around the relationship between a young drifter and an abused housewife. The film is notable for the lack of dialogue between its two main characters.
This film provides examples of:
- Domestic Abuse: The husband.
- The Drifter: Tae-suk.
- Locked Room Mystery: The hero uses some sort of stealth technique to fool the prison warden into believing he wasn't actually there in his cell.
- Silence Is Golden: The two protagonists have only few lines of dialogue, spoken mainly at the very end of the film.