Yeo Jang-Boo (Cha Tae-Hyun) possesses extraordinary visual acuity, he can sees everything in slow motion. He is able to see things that ordinary people cannot. When he was a little, people laughed at him. Afterwards, he spent the next 20 years at home watching TV dramas. Finally, Yeo Jang-Boo goes out into the world and becomes an ace at a South Korean CCTV control center. While doing his job, he saw his long crush childhood friend, Bong Soo-Mi (Nam Sang-Mi) and decide to chasing after her by using his expert in CCTV.Written by
"Slow Video" is the third time director Kim Young-Tak and actor Cha Tae-Hyun have worked together. Their first collaboration took place in 2008 film "BA:BO" with Kim Young-Tak as the film's screenwriter. They then worked together again in 2010 film "Hello Ghost," which Kim Young-Tak directed and scripted. See more »
One time watchable but in my case I will definitely be revisiting this movie sometimes in the future again
The movie is clichéd but still enjoyable.
The performances were good and convincing.
It's the concept that amazed me and the little twists at the end were okay.
The comedy scenes mostly worked for me....there is no over the top comedy scenes in this movie but all the light ones are enjoyable and worth a chuckle
The tense scene and the emotional scenes at the end worked for me as it really did bring out that tense and emotional vibe.
Bgm and songs used in the background is another positive factor about this movie as they were enjoyable.
Just felt that the concept could have been truly explored further...they just wrote something good and rather than further expanding it they just added clichés to it and completed the script.
But don't know why this movie was really enjoyable and made me smile and kinda feel good.
Throughout the movie.
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