Min-jae leaves behind his beloved Eun-ji in order to make money. Five years later, they meet again but now he's a playboy and she is a mistress of a military officer. Their love rekindles.

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(as Hyeon-seong Kim)
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Hye-mi
Min-jong Kim ...
Min-jae
Jong-won Lee ...
Captain Hwang
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Sang-wook Park
Lee Won-Yong

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Min-jae leaves behind his beloved Eun-ji in order to make money. Five years later, they meet again but now he's a playboy and she is a mistress of a military officer. Their love rekindles.

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1 May 2003 (South Korea)  »

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Mr Butterfly  »

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Melodrama at its finest
14 August 2003 | by (Hollywood) – See all my reviews

Utilizing Hollywood visceral style and capturing the melodramatic influces of Korean cinema, HS Kim, aka Marc Kim, has done a great job directing this piece. No wonder he was picked for Venice film festival in 2003.

As a friend, I wanted to give him an honest opinion about every aspect of the picture, but failed to come with any solid flaws. It is that tight.

Acting, Cinematography, Editing, Music (scored by same dude who did the Blockbuster "Shiri,", Pacing were top notch.

Good job Marc!


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