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A movie that makes you smile and cry with Jisoo and Yoonju
This was a great movie. It was real and endearing. True to its name, the love story of Jisoo and Yoonju takes us into their lives. I found myself so sucked in their emotions, unable to function normally for couple days. It's not common to have a Korean movie about lesbians, and I truly appreciate this chance to relate to the characters. Just the fact that it's a queer movie is fantastic, but Our Love Story is also extremely well-made and delightful.
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