Dong-Hoon and Jae-Hee are ex-lovers. When they were together, they raised a cat named Gooreumi. After their breakup, Dong-Hoon looked after the cat. One day, the cat died. Dong-Hoon decides...
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Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, this dramedy follows two psychiatric patients- one schizophrenic, the other sane and committed against his will - who forge a bond of friendship and hatch a plan to escape.
Life of a upcoming Korean patriot Park Yeol, who formed the anarchist organization "Black Wave" during the Japanese colonial period and attempted the assassination of the Japanese Crown Prince Hirohito.
Dong-Hoon and Jae-Hee are ex-lovers. When they were together, they raised a cat named Gooreumi. After their breakup, Dong-Hoon looked after the cat. One day, the cat died. Dong-Hoon decides to call Jae-Hee and let her know what happened Gooreumi. They then meet for the first time in a year. To have a funeral for their cat, Dong-Hoon and Jae-Hee go out for a one night and two day trip together.Written by
What I liked about this movie was the concept. It was a clever idea to present an old love story between two people through their last meeting to have a funeral for their pet cat. However, there were some things that prevented this movie to become good.
First of all, the couple didn't have chemistry. I am not talking about their dynamics at the present time, but even when they were a couple they didn't seem like they were a couple, rather, that they were forcing it.
Also, the whole movie was boring. The performances were good, but everything that kept happening were more superficially presented.
So, overall, five out of ten.
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