A Bittersweet Life

A Bittersweet Life

Kim Sun-woo is an enforcer and manager for a hotel owned by a cold, calculative crime boss, Kang who assigns Sun-Woo to a simple errand while he is away on a business trip; to shadow his young mistress, Heesoo, for fear that she may be cheating on him with another, younger man, with the mandate that he must kill them both if he discovers their affair.

Things go wrong for a high ranking mobster when he doesn't proceed by his boss's orders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A Bittersweet Life torrent reviews

Scott P (kr) wrote: Literally, the absolute WORST film I have ever seen! Garbage!

John G (gb) wrote: Woah! I was dumbfounded after watching this anime film; I never knew that it has the anime series *which is quite puzzling and makes you dizzy; Oh well, I thought I got the message but I didn't; I enjoyed the film though - quite dragging and interesting

Orlok W (kr) wrote: A thrilling absurd tale of extreme human behavior--A simple premise filmed with style and tension!!

Danny M (mx) wrote: Great film. Just like the first one it has plenty of flaws but it is a great film. Lots of twists and turns not just pointless flaws

Natalie A (ru) wrote: "I'd be lying if I said I didn't notice your absence." A lovely, lol-y little film.

Erica G (nl) wrote: To me, it was more funny than scary.

Lunitaria C (kr) wrote: Touching, heartbreaking - very human. Stephen Fry's performance was nothing less than amazing.

Chris G (fr) wrote: A savage work brimming with moral questions.

Ralph R (kr) wrote: Up on the roof is a lonely tin man! Bore him to death awkard mustard.

Sarah F (us) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!

J M (fr) wrote: Tenderly touches on the strains of remorse and forgiveness, primarily through Hudson's sympathetic performance and Russell Metty's gentle Technicolor photography. Sirk's melodramatic style is a double-edged sword however, and 'Magnificent Obsession' is just a little too easy breezy.

Aj V (ru) wrote: An interesting, surreal, erotic, somewhat strange vampire film. It sort of reminds me of Jean Rollins films, but transported to a 1990s college setting. It's not a great movie, but I liked watching it anyway.

Brett B (de) wrote: Slightly above average comedy flick with a handful of strong moments usually by Green, Marsden, or Duke. The amish parts make the movie enjoyable, but nothing to seek out but could easily watch if nothing else is on kind of movie.

Anders A (mx) wrote: The Clint Eastwood we like, rough, hard and with something to conquer. Nearly no sign of frailness in the post-heart-transplanted detective, showing a somewhat new side of himself as a actor. The story is pretty much mediocre and with some really unnecessary characters and lines, stupidifying it somehow.