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Joshua Michael Stern
Sophie Lee has been trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant. Her husband's family, devout Korean Catholics, prays for the couple. His failure to have a child is deeply shameful to him, so when he attempts suicide, Sophie tries something extreme: she follows an undocumented immigrant - a Korean who resembles her husband - from a fertility clinic to his apartment in New York City where she proposes to hire him to sire her child. She offers $300 per session and $30,000 if she gets pregnant. After several sessions, neither is able to keep emotion out of the arrangement. Where can this relationship go, and what about her husband? Will her actions save him and their marriage? Written by
Never Forever was a great movie. I was not sure what to expect since I do not recall the film ever being promoted even as an Indie; and I was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed this film. I really love Vera Farmiga's acting and I truly enjoyed the diversity of the actors. I have started to really appreciate more diversity in the sex appeal Asian actors in general. This is the second film I have seen in the last month with Korean and other Asian actors and I find the quality of their acting superb and I find the actors very sexy, attractive and appealing. I am somewhat shock that more people have not seen this movie or appreciated what this movie bring to the table. Sophie was desperate to help her husband fight his "demons" and attempted to give him something to hold on to. This movie is a must watch. I truly loved this film!
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