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A South Korean has a different person's body, changing every morning to a body "borrowed" for a day - man, woman, old, child and sometimes a foreigner. "He" works as furniture designer. He loves a girl. She loves him for the beauty inside.
A man from a wealthy family who should be in his second year of college, is still finishing his highschool requirements. His family hire a tutor for him who is his own age but she comes from a poor background.
Once in a Summer (Hangul) is a 2006 South Korean melodrama/romance film directed by Jo Keun-shik. The film stars Lee Byung-hun and Soo Ae. It won Best Film and Best Director (for Jo) at the 15th Chunsa Film Art Awards in 2007.
Postman to Heaven aka Heaven's Postman is a film which will take you to another dimension, a twilight zone of romantic lyricism that few films can reach. It's an intimate movie and a thoughtful one. Quiet and pensive, humorous at times, but always deep, because we are dealing here with feelings of loss people have after tragically losing someone they love.
The two stars are perfection: Hyo Ju Han (Spring Waltz) a wonderfully expressive actress with a rare childlike presence, who can show you about twenty different emotions in one ten second close-up, and Jae-Joong Kim (Protect the Boss) who has a sublime dignity and reserve about him which is perfect for the part of the postman. It's difficult to imagine anyone else in their parts.
A simple film but a profound one. I won't talk about the plot here for risk of revealing spoilers but if you are a romantic at heart and consider yourself a spiritual person buy Postman to Heaven and go with the flow. It's a keeper.
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