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Yeojaneun namjaui miraeda (2004)

Not Rated | | Drama | 14 May 2004 (South Korea)
Two college friends get together and reminisce on the woman they both fell in love with at different times in their past, and are thus propelled to find her.

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Credited cast:
... Lee Mun-ho
... Kim Hyeon-gon
Hyun-Ah Sung ... Park Seon-hwa
Ho-jung Kim ... Park Bo-yeong (Mun-ho's wife) (voice)
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Yun-beom Bae
Su-Jeong Eom
Seung-chae Lee ... (as Ji-seon Lee)
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Two college friends get together and reminisce on the woman they both fell in love with at different times in their past, and are thus propelled to find her.

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Woman Is the Future of Woman  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$4,763, 5 March 2006, Limited Release

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$11,807, 7 May 2006
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26 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

Sang-soo Hong has very unique way of story telling. Which can sometimes be confusing for audience unfamiliar with retrospections mixed with present storyline without any hints. Feels really diary like though require constant attention to avoid mentioned confusion. I think thats why my friend who is unfamiliar with non-Hollywood narration completely did not like it. He also accused me of wasting his time. I however share Scorsese's point of view who said that Hongs films unpeel like an orange .

Films about 2 friends that meet over the beer after they haven't seen each other for few years. What we're witnessing is memories, resentment and so on coming back as the story follows. After drinking they decide to catch up with their lad friend. Scenes are built very. The story has rather dramatic character but there are subtle comical moments like the one in the bar with waitress. Ending is rather disappointing and abrupt. But it convey the fact that some things ends just very sudden and sometimes you don't even know when did it happen and why.

In a sense point of this film is to convey some old truth. In the eyes of women all men are pigs and thats often truth. Although as a men i cant accept it. Oh and the film feels like it lacks some kind of twist or something really dramatic.


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