Going through a jail and a site of construction, a young laborer Young-Dal meets middle aged Mr. Jeong on his way to his hometown Sampo after ten years' absence. They become to know a ...
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Going through a jail and a site of construction, a young laborer Young-Dal meets middle aged Mr. Jeong on his way to his hometown Sampo after ten years' absence. They become to know a waitress Baek-Hwa who runs away from a restaurant and then, they travel together. Arriving at the destination Kangcheon Station, Mr. Jeong is disappointed at the changes of the old village by building a hotel. Young-Datl and Mr. Jeong stay at Sampo not as the hometown but as the site of living. Baek-Hwa leaves Sampo with a ticket Young-Dal buys her with his last money.
A journey of friendship and that leads the main characters to an inner growth. The beautiful location
Other films watched last year and I still remember very well. I found it and I find it very beautiful and today about the concept industrialization that changes not only the sights but also the people, very interesting the characters' psychology which according to my modest parry is made extremely well ... especially that of the unskilled worker Roh Young-since in my opinion the best of the trio, where eventually let you go showing affection (and perhaps love) for Baek-hwa but at the same time feel the need to part with it because its "path" is not expected to have next to this figure . Very good also the former detainee Kim Jin-kyu that after ten years of imprisonment barely recognizes the external environment and be amazed as you approach known as Sampo radical changes. I was saddened the end, the friendship of the trio forced to dissolve because everyone has to go his own way ... but at the same time as a spectator I like to imagine that the time spent together will remain indelible in their hearts and also in their minds
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