You don’t often get an entry in the foreign language category that has no subtitles, but Kelin needs no subtitles because it has no dialogue. The protagonist is a young woman in 200 A.D. who is in love with one young man, but is sold into marriage to another man who outbids her sweetheart. Life with her new husband, her mother-in-law and her horny adolescent brother-in-law turns out to be not so bad, and she particularly takes a liking to the joys of sex. However, her true love does not give up so easily. Kelin is a reminder that a good story can be told with action and engaging characters, even if all they do is grunt and groan.