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"Couples" is in truth a Korean remake of Kenji Uchida"s 2005 movie "A Stranger of Mine". Having now not observed this Jap normal I can"t speculate on how the film switched over but, taking into account the light-heartedness of the film, i think that such comparisons would be needless and supply not anything helpful outdoor of, perhaps, how the perception of couples are represented in every country. That being said, "Couples" is an entertaining film that tracks quite so much of couples and their private struggles love and destiny. The film starts off with a truth taste interview of the couples as they give an explanation for how the meet. From those we get a glimpse of what the couples have come to be, with the promise of finding out how they were given in combination in the primary place. each one couples" tale is layered upon the next, it"s a valid method that works neatly in the overall tone and pacing of the film. After the 1st story line is set, the film then launches into a tapestry of narratives that are, by some means or another, connected or overlap with comical, and serendipitous, consequences.
Sang yeol and So-yeon are tv "actors" interested in infomercials. Their task is composed of acting to be the easiest circle of relatives and making each and every mouth-watering bite glance as though it were a work of heaven their enjoying. Sadly, this isn't the truth they either live. Sang yeol reside with his overbearing mother, has little cash of his own, has to put up to his more youthful awesome at paintings (Director Park played through Kim Tae-hoom), and, maximum importantly, is madly in love with his T.V. wife.
So-yeon is beautiful, cold, and dismissive. Her appearance renders any inclination we've got of probing beyond her looks appear unimportant and wildly unnecessary. She is lately playing her dating with the more youthful Director Park but if he becomes fed up in keeping the kid So-yeon is carrying, his selfishness forces her to leave him. The possibility of being a unmarried mother without a husband is a social eyesore, and her most sensible friend suggests she submits to the Sang yeol and his courtship efforts for the child"s sake.
"Shotgun Love" does no longer stand tall or shine, yet is doesn"t fall flat on its face either. The acting performances were patchy, but I discovered Im Chang-jeong"s personality to be likeable sufficient to peer out his tale, as predictable as it was. The movie plays with some Korean culturalism and taboo"s and demanding situations them to create the conflict. Recognize to elders, marriages, the single mom, homosexuality and friendship, in addition male potency and competition. appealing subjects needless to say but this comedic fodder used to be inflammable with the narrative selections being made and not ignited in the film.
-C.J. Wheeler ([email protected])
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This is what "In Love and the War" does well, through personalising the war it avoids making massive political statements about the ideological righteousness of each and every side. If anything else the movie manages to strum a sympathetic cord for the North, its people, and their ideals. Even if the film doesn"t dive to deep into the advantages of communism, there is undoubtedly a controversy for some of its ideals in the film. Consider, for example, the inter-village clash that stems from the air-raid safe haven they are suggested to construct. Each village is ask to provide their case for why the important air-raid shelter must be built in their village. At first, each one village attempts to outdo the opposite with persuasive attempts designed to superficially sway instead of legitimately justify their own village being the maximum suitable. Here we could be in a position to see the cogs of democracy as paintings as every village is given an even probability to prevail whilst still, in essence, competing with both other. yet once the start digging the shelter, they put their differences apart in favour of the "greater good" that they have got got either come to realise. Both villiagers made up our minds that it can be in their absolute best hobby to be certain that the air-raid takes so long as conceivable to complete. But, however, the incomplete shelter reasons the villagers to be unprotected from the bombing that follows. Death effects and continues all of the way the film"s climax as the villages are herded into the trench they jointly dug looking ahead to to be slaughtered by the North Korean general. From scenes like this you notice how the film is an ironic affair that plays with contrasting issues and ideals. But by the time the credits start to roll you could be left practically numb to the message inside having been primed with an ill-serving cocktail of comedy and empathy.
It"s Korea"s easiest grossing animation to date, Oh Seong-yoon"s "Leafie, A chicken Into The Wild" is a touching tale of a mother"s love and self-sacrifice. The movie is in line with the pre-teen novel of the similar call and boasts stunning visuals and most sensible voice acting in a tale that is crammed with equivalent portions of light-hearted comedy and melodrama. Local Korean theaters have normally been ruled by capacity of animations from neighboring Japan as neatly Hollywood blockbusters equivalent to "Kung Fu Panda" and the numerous "Pokémon" films. However, "Leafie" has shown that the Korean film industry can't simplest produce a top of the range animation, yet they are in a position to do so on there own terms as the film"s "Koreaness" is embedded in either its visuals and inside of its doleful, yet up-lifting, tale of motherhood.
Leafie (voiced by Moon So-ri) is a lonely and dispirited hen caged up on an egg farm. Her miserable day by day lifestyles is composed only of dining hen feed and laying eggs. She longs to register for the opposite farm animals out in the backyard and get more out of her life. After she escapes the confines of her cage, by starving herself and acting dead, she soon discovers that the other animals in the yard are unwilling to settle for her into their social circle. Dejected, she ventures off into the wild and becomes smitten with a wild duck named Wanderer (smoothly voiced by Chio Min-sik) whose life-long combat with a one-eyed weasel comes to a sad climax. Leafie is left to maintain his only surviving duckling and the film follows the 2 as they grow, share, and conflict in combination in a global that refuses to accept them.
The film is aimed basically at a more youthful target market but one of the vital issues and story occasions would possibly lift questions of appropriateness. the primary 20 mins includes some questionable parties that virtually bombard the audience with sadness and tragedy. This kind of story telling may be familiar to any individual who has experienced Korean cinema sooner than and its inclination for the melodramatic, but my grievance this is one of pacing instead of content. Still, having been primed with the sadness of those events the film transitions into a more basic tale of bonding and developing up between Leafie and her boy "Greenie". The two enjoy the predicted clash from the sector around them as they try to be accredited by the other animals in the wild.
As their courting progresses you could be distracted by the flicks inability to present surprise, as events are in massive part predictable and absence bite. but even so one moment in the motion pictures dénouement, events are bland and one"s enjoyment in the film is felt during the adventure itself and now not the destination. Themes such as a mother"s love, sacrifice, and social acceptance are the foremost drivers of this piece and on them the film pivots. In this manner the film stood out to me as in point of fact Korean as the mummy and her role as the selfless nurturer held the maximum weight. Korean moms are confused into making sure that their youngsters are the most productive regardless of the pricetag and Leafie"s personality obviously encapsulates this notion.
Visually the film is a stunner marked by gorgeous backdrops and colorful characters. "Leafie" holds on to a couple of the magic discovered in older animations as selection main points in the surroundings upload hobby and refined which means to every frame. The lighting fixtures was once every other well-executed technical side of the film. Immersive lighting skilfully reinforced the have an effect on of the many environments the characters found themselves in, and the shading treated the attention to a deftly crafted spectacle. But whilst overall the film shined visually, there has been a slight inconsistency to the visual aesthetic as not all scenes were given an analogous attention to detail. Gorgeous backgrounds where infrequently cut with ones that turns out dull and flat in comparison. The characters themselves remained consistent (save for a Greenie"s first genuine flight) but the realm in which they discovered themselves become not as consistent as i might have was hoping for.
"Leafie, A Hen Into The Wild" is a long-lasting tale that was brought to life by some fantastic voice acting and surprising visuals. Whatever small flaws that exist are overshadowed by the entire impact one gets from the experience. The film is predictable but back it's miles the gorgeous trip of love and sacrifice that might have you captivated from get started to finish. "Leafie, A Hen Into The Wild" is a landmark animation and its luck in the community and in some other country can only hope to open new doors sooner or later as Korean cinema continues to wonder and branch out.
-C.J. Wheeler ([email protected])
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Added the Korean movie "Love Copyright""s page to HanCinema database"Love Copyright" (2014)Directed by Choi Kyeong-jinWith Choi Jae-hwan, Wang Bit-na, Kim Gi-yeon-I, Park Myeong-sin, NuEl, Kim Jae-rok,...SynopsisPopular erotic fiction writer, Arnold"s secret untold predicament!Arnold is a popular online erotic fiction writer famous for his "Sex with senior student"s girlfriend" and "Friend"s older sister series". However, he is writer Dong-myeong (Choi Jae-hwan) in reality, who dreams of winning the New Spring Literary Contest and works as tutor at a preparatory school to make a living. One day, his first love So-yeon (Wang Bit-na) appears in front of him. She claims the copyright of his novel, "Sex with senior student"s girlfriend" and asks him to share the profit he has made from the novel so far. It was an unbearable complete nonsense for Dong-myeong, especially when he kept hating So-yeon and has maintained the acquired negative images about women since the bitter experience after his first love failed. So-yeon declares she will never leave his house until she receives the royalty. Dong-myeong treats her like a ghost and has made sure he will not give her the money. Nevertheless, she keeps staying in his house and walks around in her lingerie. She acts just like the way she used to 10 years ago as to she might or not let him to have her. Will So-yeon be able to receive the royalty for the novel in which she appeared as the leading role? Will Dong-myeong be able to make passionate love with his first love like the protagonists of his erotic novels?Release date in Korea : 2015/05/21
Actor singer Do Kyeong-soo, Kim So-hyeon-I, Lee David, Joo Da-yeong, and Yeon Joon-seok have joined in "Innocent Love".
Movie "Innocent Love" depicts ardent first love going back and forth between the different timeframes through a letter delivered from the past 23 years ago as well as the sincere friendship among the five friends. It is the debut project in full length movie by director Lee Eun-hui, who is a graduate from Korea National University of Arts, with a lot of field experiences in film industry.
Do Kyeong-soo, who received great reviews for his roles in his first movie, "Cart" as well as in drama, "It"s Okay, That"s Love" and Kim So-hyeon-I, who earned the heart of the viewers with her role in drama, "Who Are You - School 2015" are going to play the leading roles of the ardent first love.
Lee David, who has showed unique and in-depth acting performances through movies "Poetry" , "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant" and "The Front Line", Joo Da-yeong, who has been showing the excellent acting performances in "Mourning Grave", "Inspiring Generation" and the currently running drama, "Masked Prosecutor", Yeon Joon-seok, who played the childhood role of Kim Nam-gil in drama, "Shark" have also joined in the movie.
"Innocent Love" will begin filming in the end of June in the area of Goheong, Jeonnam.
--> EXO’s D.O and Kim So Hyun have confirmed their castings in the movie Pure Love.
D.O, who has proven his talent through the movie Cart and drama It’s Okay, It’s Love, will be acting with Kim So Hyun, who is currently playing an extraordinary role in drama Who Are You – School 2015, as a couple falling in love for the first time.
Others joining the couple are Lee David, who has made great impressions in movies such as Poetry, The Terror Live, Kundo: Age of the Rampant and The Front Line, Joo Da Young, who is currently acting in the drama Masked Prosecutor, and Yeon Jun Suk who has played a child actor to Kim Nam Gil in the drama Shark. The five actors will act as five best friends in the movie.
Pure Love is about love and friendship from past to present through a letter from the past delivered to a live radio show. The movie is Director Lee Eun Hee’s debut film.
Meanwhile, the production company Jupiter Film, which has produced The Face Reader, Shoot My Heart and My Wife Got Married is wrapping up with castings and will begin shooting in Goheung at the end of June.
Photo Credit: Jupiter Film DB
A new film in the making "Pure Love" will starEXOs D.O,actress Kim So Hyun andLee David.
It was already confirmed that those artist above will be participating in "Pure Love." They will be joining byactor Yeon Jun Seok and actress Ju Da Yeong. They will start filming this summer, and the movie is set to be released early 2016.
"Pure Love" will tell a story of love 23 years ago from a fishing village.
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Lee Min Ho and Yoona will be showing off their chemistry in a new web drama “Summer Love.”
Cosmetic brand Innisfree will be revealing the web drama “Summer Love” on May 8.
This web drama tells the story of Yoona and Minho who are old-time friends and have also been “talking” for quite a while. Made out of two episodes, the web drama depicts a sweet love story and connects it to the company’s newest product “Long Way Cushion.”
Episode one shows how the “talking” couple spend their sweet and shy moments together while highlighting how the “Summer Cushion” helps cover pores. In episode two, the long lasting effects of the product are connected to how the couple wants to spend all their time together.
Meanwhile, a teaser for the web drama was revealed on May 1, showing clips of how Yoona and Minho seemed to be sweet nothings in each other’s ears. Not only did their charming beauty capture viewers’ attention, but also the storyline of two people “talking” was also enough to make fans eager for the web drama.
Episode one will be reveled on May 8 and episode two will be reveled on May 13 through YouTube.
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