As One

As One

A unified team representing the two Koreas competed at the 1991 Chiba International Table Tennis Championships. It was the first such sport team since the division of the Korean peninsula. The unified team won the group competition event, beating the front runner, China. HA Ji-won plays the South Korean table tennis player, HYEON Jeong-hwa and her North Korean counterpart, LEE Bun-hee, is played by BAE Doona.

"As One" is the cinematic retelling of the first ever post-war Unified Korea sports team, hastily formed to participate in the 41st World Table Tennis Championships in 1991. Following the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


As One torrent reviews

Nate N (gb) wrote: I liked it. The film teetered at times at the edge of telenova territory, but was far more complex and nuanced overall. Excellent acting all around, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi is top-tier. I loved how humor, even absurdity, were woven in with drama and pathos. Each viewer may have a different take on the movie's "social commentary", which is the way it should be. But you can't leave the theater without your own thoughts about money power, classism and sexism.

Brent S (fr) wrote: I wasn't familiar with the real story so I thought there would be a lot mor basketball in the movie. It wasn't about ball at all. Fake acting and tough to watch at 1st, hslf way through I just wanted to know how it ended. I think the the fact that it's true helped my rating.

Lewis P (ca) wrote: Great disney cast, some good gags. Not for the adults.

Soumya R (nl) wrote: if any movie deserves 6 stars, it's this one...I was bawling like a baby by the end of it; it's got the makings of a critically acclaimed box-office "flop" - no masala (and "no-name" actors), just pure heartfelt emotionAMAZING soundtrack!!

Caleb C (jp) wrote: pretty amazing film, but doesn't really stand out as a classic

jane o (ca) wrote: it was on telly tonight and i was so stuffed I sat and the chair and it was on so i watched it ...........was OK the kid was annoying as crap though

Adriano B (es) wrote: Pretty underwhelmed by everything from the acting to the slightly confused plot , I find it more kitschy than thrilling. The nervecracking soundtrack and ruling "poser attitude" make this the Twilight of martial arts - noir flicks.

Calvin C (au) wrote: Best Picture Winner of 1963. This British comedy adventure is one of only a handful of comedies to win Best Picture. It gets an unfair reputation as being a mistake by the Academy. I found it to be charming and humorous thanks to Albert Finney. Director Tony Richardson uses comedic techniques like funny montages and characters breaking the fourth wall. This may seem silly, but it fits the movie and makes it entertaining to watch. Despite its funny demeanor, the film has scenes of drama and Tom Jones is just more than a handsome womanizer. It may not be the greatest Best Picture, but it is far from the worst. At least the Academy had the guts to vote out of the box, and Tom Jones is certainly out of the box. Grade: B

Constantina F (us) wrote: I have watched this movie over ten times and will continue watching it periodically. It's sweet, human, and soothing. Excellent chemistry between Mr. Freeman and Ms. Madsen.

Adam S (it) wrote: The second of Lang's three American Westerns, about the connecting of telegraph wires to the west, and the nominal complications that arise. Not as sprawling as John Ford's similar themed "The Iron Horse", but Fritz Lang was still enough of a big name at the time to warrant some pretty spectacular outdoor location photography.