"Daisy" is a story about the inevitable showdown between a detective and a killer who fall in love with the same woman. In the story, Jeon plays a street artist who dreams of opening her ... See full summary »
After losing both her parents, Failan (Cecilia Cheung) emmigrates to Korea to seek her only remaining relatives. Once she reaches Korea, she finds out that her relatives have moved to ... See full summary »
Sparks fly when spirited Elizabeth Bennet meets single, rich, and proud Mr. Darcy. But Mr. Darcy reluctantly finds himself falling in love with a woman beneath his class. Can each overcome their own pride and prejudice?
"Daisy" is a story about the inevitable showdown between a detective and a killer who fall in love with the same woman. In the story, Jeon plays a street artist who dreams of opening her own exhibition someday, while Jeong portrays a killer who loves her but cannot confess his love to her because of his profession. Written by
Take the writer from My Sassy Girl and the director from Infernal Affairs, mix it up with three of Korea's finest actors, film on location in Holland and the result is unfortunately not the work of art that I was anticipating....
Oh well at least the cinematography was lush, showing Amsterdam's more scenic side.
Our hero is the hit-man always dressed in black and who nails bad-boys for a living. In between off-ing punks, he relaxes by appreciating nature, listening to classical music and people watching. After becoming enamoured by our heroine, he subsequently woos her from afar by building her bridges and sending her flowers (without a card).
Our villain is the nasty cop, dressed in a dull grey suit, who moves in on our hero's girl and claims credit for the flowers, bridge, anything he can get away with!
The girl is almost eye candy, and hardly speaks throughout the whole film.