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Kiss Me, Kill Me (2009)
"Kilme" (original title)

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Also called Kiss me, Kill me A contract killer's life gets complicated when he fails to kill his target, a girl who wants to die because of a bad break-up.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Hyeon-jun Shin ...
Hyeon-jun Yun
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Jin-yeong Seo
Hye-ok Kim ...
Yeo-kyeong Yun
Cheol-min Park ...
Man-su Lee
Seong-mo Jeong ...
Geum-su Na
Woo-chang Shim ...
Sang-bok Ahn
Young-min Kim ...
Department Chief Min
Do-bin Baek ...
Rookie Killer
Han Kim ...
Jun-su Baek
Seong-oh Kim ...
Henchman 1
Hyeok-min Park ...
Henchman 2
Jeong-gook Kim ...
Henchman 3
Jin-ho Choi ...
Jun-seok Han
Seong-hyeon Ryoo ...
Office Gangster
Cheol-woo Han ...
Armed Fugitive
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A quiet, professional killer, Hyun-jun, arrives at a house to kill a man in his sleep, only to discover a woman alone under the sheets. She shouts at the dazed Hyun-jun, "What's the matter with you. I paid for you, so just kill me." Jin-young has decided to kill herself after a traumatic break up with her lover of seven years, but she wants to go out with a bang, not with a miserable and lonely dose of commonplace sleeping pills. Hyun-jun is furious at the woman and abandons the mission despite the fact that he has a contract to fulfill. "You should kill yourself; I'm not your suicide assistant." This is how Hyun-jun and Jin-young first meet. The most extraordinary love story begins. Written by Golden Network Asia

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A perfect killer makes his first mistake... falling in love with his target.


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5 November 2009 (South Korea)  »

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Who should be shot?
3 May 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

There are many guilty parties in the making of this 'comedy'. However, after much (not really) thought, the writer gets my nod.

A comedy does not need to make sense, but the closer a story gets to being plausible the funnier it gets. There are just too many cutesy devices to complicate the story. If the story line stayed simple, then a bunch of funny sketches would have made a satisfying film, but the attempt to make a complex story to set up funny situations really doesn't work.

Also, reworking scenes to show you didn't see what you thought you saw is a really cheesy device. Especially, if it doesn't contribute to the humour.

The KISS principle would have made this a better film.


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