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What did I like about the movie? I liked the idea of a perfect mate, perfect boyfriend and husband, the one who saves you from drowning, the one who waits for you for seven years, going to the army when the girl is marrying another fellow. The one who cooks, washes dishes, bathes her, massages her feet and thanks her for laughing for the first time after the accident. The one who carries her on his back home when she becomes carsick. Okay, the thing with buying all 1,000 cartons of yogurt was a bit freaky - after all, the expiration date cannot be more than a week. Who knows, maybe eating all those cartons of yogurt did more harm to her stomach than good, but the gesture itself was beautiful. I still do not understand, why did he pick her? Just because she helped out a pregnant lady on a subway? Because her scent reminded him of chrysanthemums? To sum it up (SPOILER): if you like dramas where somebody dies from cancer in the end, this movie is for you.
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