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  • Korean Movie of the Week "The Liar"

    2018/08/09, Source
    Korean movie of the week "The Liar" (2013) Directed by Kim Dong-myung With Kim Kkobbi, Jeon Shin-hwan-I, Lee Seon-hee-I, Han Jae-ha, Song Yoo-dam, Shin Yun-sook,... Synopsis Aren't you doing it? Is it only me? Am I the only one who wants to be happy? Ah-yeong has the Ripley's. She dresses up nicely and goes to look at fancy apartments, she goes shopping around shopping malls as if she's going to buy expensive items and even shows off to her co-workers that she's got a rich boyfriend whom she's going to marry soon,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Pascha"

    2015/08/08
    Ga-eul (played by Kim So-hee) is an extremely sensitive older woman living by herself with many cats. A crazy cat lady isn't an ideal life goal in any country, but it's an especially difficult trajectory for Ga-eul to justify, living in South Korea where cats tend to be thought of as wild animals. For Ga-eul, the lifestyle choice is a simple one. Reality is harsh. People, even her family, tend to be really mean. Except for Ga-eul's boyfriend Joseph (played by Sung Ho-jun). He's kind and sensitive. Joseph is also still a teenager,...More

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