Based on a true story of 1968 Korean Republic Army plan to assassinate North Korean president Kim Il-Sung. 31 criminals and death row inmates are recruited into secret training on the ... See full summary »
Seoul-based playboy Young-Soo learns that he is suffering from liver cirrhosis and finds his life quickly getting worse. Seeking rest and recuperation, Young-Soo admits himself to a countryside clinic. Here he meets Eun-Hee, whom is suffering from a severe lung disease. Smitten with Young-Soo, Eun-Hee starts to approach the new resident. They fall in love with one another and take up living together in a small house. With no money and suffering from severe illnesses, just how happy can they become and how long will it last?Written by
Paul M. Haakonsen
Here you go.
What's your blood type?
Ah. I was O positive too.
What are you talking about?
I thought it was O. After I got sick, I learned that it's A positive. I was very cheerful. But I've gotten timid since I found out. Well... See you.
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I just saw this in Toronto and loved it. I saw 12 films and this was in the top two (my other favorite in Toronto was Mongol). This was a beautiful,realistic story that was well acted. I liked the fact that it was not predictable and the story was very moving. All of the characters were very believable and there were no false notes. I do not know what kind of release this will get, but hopefully some art house theaters will show it in the US. If you have the opportunity, it is worth checking out. There is some humor in the story, but for the most part, this is a serious drama about two people battling different illnesses. This is one of those films that will stay with me and I will think about for days.
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