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Heartless City (2013)
This is an action/crime/noir drama revolving around a drug cartel and the undercover agents assigned to infiltrate that organization. It's fast paced with well thought out character developments/back stories. I went into watching this series with minimal information and I am glad I did. There are layers upon layers of mystery that once peeled back, nothing is what it seems. Granted, some details and points do not make sense; overall though, it is pretty amazing for k-drama. The main character of "Doctor's Son" is ambitious and calculating. Just get used to him waltzing in to get it done. Pretty cool. Just remember to watch through the end credit in the final episode for an additional teaser. What does it mean?!? >**<
Fan yi cho (2001)
I cried, I laughed and I enjoyed this Film.
My eyes are still swollen from crying during the last thirty minutes of the film. The lighting was great, I enjoyed the performances and it makes you wonder about the beauty of it all. I will keep my eye on this director and I will look for his previous and future films.
Kôri no sekai (1999)
"World of Ice"
This is one of the best Japanese drama television series. I have seen this 12-episode drama show at least three times and I just cannot get enough. Highly recommended for those who love suspenseful shows that you cannot figure out the ending. By the by, it does not hurt that Takenouchi Yutaka is cute as a button.
Twin Falls Idaho (1999)
Twin Falls Idaho is a beautiful film with unforgettable characters. Highly recommend to viewers who appreciate love and understanding. This is a film that one can watch for a second time and value the story line. 10/10
The Winslow Boy (1999)
The Perfect Film with a Perfect 10!
This film touched me in a way that prompted me to state my affections for this film.
I love this film. The plot, character development, dialogue, direction, acting, wardrobe and every detail associated with the film mirrors perfection. Rebecca Pidgeon is a very talented actress and one can see the resemblance between Catherine and Elizabeth in Jane Austin's Pride and Prejudice (Yes, Rebecca Pidgeon would be the perfect Elizabeth Bennet). Jeremy Northam is devilishly handsome (my, oh my) as the reclusive Sir Robert Morton. After seeing this film and reviewing Catherine's and Sir Robert's dialogue at the end of the film numerous times, one can only hope that their path will cross again.
During the era of violence and sex in films, it is refreshing and comforting to see a rated "General" film that can be viewed with one's whole family.
After all, this is a period piece full of love, honour, justice and a families desire to right.