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Late Autumn (2010)

Man-choo (original title)
PG-13 | | Drama | 17 June 2011 (USA)
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Anna Chen's highly jealous husband discovers that Anna has rekindled a relationship with her first love. When Anna's husband confronts her about their relationship a terrible fight ensues. ... See full summary »

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Tae-yong Kim

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Tae-yong Kim (screenplay), Ji-hyeon Kim (earlier film) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Wei Tang ... Anna
Hyun Bin ... Hoon
James C. Burns ... Steve
Jun Kim Jun Kim ... Wang Jing (as Jun Sung Kim)
John Wu ... Anna's Husband
Danni DanDan Gadigan ... Jiang Huang / Wang Jing's Wife (as Danni Lang)
Katarina Choi Katarina Choi ... Isabel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nikita Breznikov ... Steve's Henchman
Andy Chan Andy Chan ... Monk
Jay Wesley Cochran ... Bus Driver #1
Kevin Cook Kevin Cook ... Passerby
Alycia Delmore ... Catherine
S. Joe Downing ... Passerby
Erwin Galan ... Greek Waiter
J.P. Giuliotti ... Cabbie
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Anna Chen's highly jealous husband discovers that Anna has rekindled a relationship with her first love. When Anna's husband confronts her about their relationship a terrible fight ensues. Anna awakens from a daze and discovers that her husband is dead. The police arrive. 7 years later, Anna learns in prison that her mother has passed away in Seattle. Prison officials grants Anna a three day furlough to attend her mother's funeral. Anna sits alone on a bus about to embark on a long trip to Seattle. A man in a hurry suddenly boards the bus right before its departure. The man doesn't have enough money to pay for the ticket so he looks over to the seated passengers. The man spots Anna and walks confidently to her. He smiles and asks to borrow $30. The man eventually gets the $30 and is able to ride the bus to Seattle. The sweet-talking man's name is Hoon. He is a Korean immigrant who works as a gigolo. Hoon is now on the run from a wealthy client's furious husband. These two seemingly ... Written by anonymous

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South Korea | Hong Kong | China | USA

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English | Korean | Mandarin

Release Date:

17 June 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Late Autumn See more »

Filming Locations:

Everett, Washington, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Remake of Late Autumn (1966) See more »

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A Curiously Original Experience About Love and Life, that is both Poignant and Genuine
13 April 2016 | by totalovrdoseSee all my reviews

The film opens with a severely beaten Anna (the always beautiful Wang Tei) desperately struggling to come to terms with what led to the death of an, as of yet, unidentified male. Much of the film operates in this fashion, providing the viewer with enough of a taste to comprehend what may have happened, however, rarely definitively illustrating an exact answer, allowing the audience's imagination to fill in the blanks. On one hand, this has the unique feel of independent cinema, and allows viewers much freedom, though at the same time, can become frustrating, considering we, the viewers, long for completeness to quench our thirst for knowledge.

Seven years later, in the midst of a prison sentence, Anna is given a three day furlough to visit her mother's funeral. On the way to Seattle, she bumps into Hoon (Hyun-Bin), who asks her to lend him money for bus fare, and though he promises to pay her back, Anna shows little interest. Ms. Tei convincingly plays a woman who has become disillusioned and pessimistic from her time in prison, while exhibiting melancholy in a city which has changed since she was last there.

By chance, she meets Hoon once more, who offers to take her around Seattle. Hoon is, for lack of a better term, a gigolo, however, his explanation sounds far more advertising, though at the same time, he seems painfully romantic, garnering feelings for some of the women he meets, despite being required to maintain his professionalism.

On the run from the jealous husband of a woman who fell in love with him two years earlier, Hoon is a man whose life has taken a turn for the worse, much like Anna's, yet continues to maintain optimism and confidence, that attracts her to him. Surrounded by judgemental relatives, Hoon is the one man who accepts Anna for who she is.

The chemistry between the leads is especially great, there being a number of equally dramatic and humorous moments to behold. Moreover, a number of scenes are very memorable, including a moment when Hoon and Anna break into an amusement park, alongside another time when Anna discusses some of her past.

The multiple locations are brilliantly brought to life by the cinematography, which further draws us into the experience, while the use of sound and music is just as effective.

By the conclusion of the film, I was left feeling a little empty, for unlike other features, that serenade us with fantastical plots of everlasting love, director Kim Tae-Yong never tries to force anything. Instead, he creates a feature that feels very genuine, right down to the painful reality that not everything is destined to end happily ever after, despite our wishful thinking.

(Half of the film is in English, while the other half is sub-titled).


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