The Handmaiden (2016) is Park Chan-wook's cultural remake of the novel Fingersmith, written by Sarah Waters—and damn, is it good. Chan-wook is known for several things: Sadomasochism, for certain, plus plenty of graphic sex and wildly rich visuals. The Handmaiden has all of the above, featuring Tae-ri Kim as a pickpocket-turned-handmaiden named Sook-hee who is hired by a depraved man to help him get the wealthy Lady Hideko (Min-hee Kim) to agree to elope with him. Set in Korea during the 1930s, a time during Japanese colonialism, the movie quickly turns from a get-rich-quick scheme to an all out sapphic sex fest, with Kim and Kim going at each other completley nude, complete with fingerbanging and 69 scenes. This lesbian revenge story is delightful and disturbing in many ways, and one thing is for sure: You're going to need to use your handmaiden while you watch.