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A lonesome college student, Jiro, is spending his 20th birthday alone, when suddenly, a beautiful girl turns up. The few hours that he spends with her are the most incredible moments of his life and Jiro is overwhelmed by his good-fortune in meeting her. But his happiness does not last long as she disappears as suddenly as she appeared. A year later, on his 21st birthday, Jiro runs into her again at the same restaurant, where she saves him and countless others from a crazy assassin. She looks the same, but this time she is somehow different. It is the beginning of a relationship that would change his life forever. Written by
Cyborg She is a J-movie directed by Jae-young Kwak. Not knowing much about it beforehand, I was not surprised to find that it contains a blend of romantic comedy and sci-fi with a twizzle or two at the end! To anyone new to his films I would recommend seeking out My Sassy Girl.
The film portrays the relationship between a young gormless man and a hot young cyborg. Whilst watching it I was occasionally reminded of several other films.
Pros - A pleasant way to spend 2 hours
Cons - Nothing new
Overall - Compared with Kwak's high standards this is Average
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