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Pisces (2000)
"Mulgogijari" (original title)

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Ae-Ryun runs a video store called "Sad Movie" on her own. She is a typical Pisces who likes French films and takes an interest in everyone surrounding her. Her best friends are the movies ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Jeong-yun Choi
Woo-jae Choi ...
Jeong-Ah Kim
Ka-Yeon Kim
Seung-nam Kwak
Mi-yeon Lee ...
Sun-Cheon Park
Tong-Su Seo
Ji-hye Yun ...


Ae-Ryun runs a video store called "Sad Movie" on her own. She is a typical Pisces who likes French films and takes an interest in everyone surrounding her. Her best friends are the movies that surround her--and a lonely tropical fish. One day she meets an unusual customer, Dong-Suk, who comes into her store to rent some videos. He loves French movies too. With his beautiful smile, she cannot help her affection towards him. Written by Deisler

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21 October 2000 (South Korea)  »

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Mulgogijari  »

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Kurt Cobain and Lemon-peel Angelfish
4 December 2013 | by (Vanuatu) – See all my reviews

This is one sad movie, full of symbolism, a story of illusions, of obsessive love and of death. The story revolves around a woman Aeryun, the new owner of a movie renting store. As the movie progresses, we see she develops an interest in one of her customers, an aspiring musician named Dongsuk, but her interest seems farther than normal. Her behavior changes, she becomes a real stalker after the man she has an interest in doesn't give in to her emotions. At first she is seen wearing plain pastel clothes, then when she starts seeing Dongsuk on a regular basis, she wears brighter, more feminine clothes in shades of yellow. She has an aquarium with a Lemon-peel Angelfish and she keeps the yellow roses that Dongsuk has given to her as a birthday gift in her bedroom. As her loves slowly descends into insanity, the viewer really has to question the nature of Aeryun's obsession, and even the nature of love itself. During the movie, there are various statements about love and what really means to feel love and be loved. Every characters loves in their own way, and later contemplates the notion of it. At times, one can see Aeryun as a stalker, a woman obsessed, and at other times, one sympathises with her, especially with her illusion of what love really means. Towards the end, when her feelings are smashed to pieces and her actions become more and more erratic, the color symbolism takes on further. Everything is touched with a tinge of sadness, of blue. The final scene cuts through our expectations clinically and objectively. In the end, one cannot feel biased or even blame other characters for the turn of the story.

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