One day she faintly appears in Min-woo’s dream. Min-woo has no way to find out who the girl he had intercourse with in his dream is and he doesn’t have the breadth of mind to. Min-woo’s life goes by dryly and his wife Yeon-joo becomes colder and conflicts with her get deeper. Trying to avoid these situations Min-woo tries hard to tune in with Yeon-joo and write down his resume. Da-eun is a close friend of the couple since university. She sees Yeon-joo heading for somewhere with another man that’s not Min-woo accidentally. Da-eun stands by Min-woo and holds his hand because he looks so lonely standing in the middle of conflict with his wife and he tries to act like nothing's wrong. They end up having a dreamlike one night. The love they shared in his dream is now facing them.
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Dream Affection torrent reviews
(es) wrote: mesmerising. So little is said, but the few words we hear say so much, for example about ice creams: 'we didn't have milk when we were children so we don't know how to eat these' or 'people think I'm stupid because I'm deaf'. But more important than the words are the faces which evoke lives lived and being lived and the relationships between people. Some of the faces are so powerful in their stoicism and withheld emotion that they brought tears to my mind. The recent history of Nepal - new villages, slate roofs, corn fields, cable car itself - is built again by the tiniest of details. The camerawork (and soundscape) of both people and landscape is excellent.
(jp) wrote: y cnt yall just play the freaking movie
(fr) wrote: Psychological drama with lots of interesting twists (NT)
(gb) wrote: If you ever wondered if Death Row was involved in the Biggie & TuPac murders. This will sort of push your judgement to assume that Death Row was behind it. Great Documentary.
(es) wrote: Anthony Hopkins and Shakespeare. What more can anyone ask? Of course Taymor's artistic vision was kind of fun too.
(de) wrote: REALLY DIDN'T LIKE THIS ONE COMPARED TO THE FIRST TWO
(jp) wrote: Emotionally sensational and thrilling to no end, One False Move is a brilliant indie crime drama with terrific performances by Bill Paxton, Billy Bob Thornton and Cynda Williams.
(nl) wrote: he was awesome in this movie...kinda freaky...and a bit weird but awesome nonetheless. it's really intense and Alan does a really good job in changing voices.kinda like a 1984 setting....[shivers]
(jp) wrote: I know this movie doesn't get a lot of love, but it's got a few great gags in it. Piscopo is even pretty descent.
(gb) wrote: The one armed swordsman makes a return with the final fight scene a breathtaking one take sequence.
(it) wrote: This wasn't a total blind rent, since I'm more or less familiar with the book. That said, I expected the movie to be dated and tame by today's standards, NC-17 notwithstanding. (I mean, come on, this was shot in 1970.)The former was certainly true, but not the latter -- maybe I'm a prude, but I was picking my jaw up off of the floor during some of Rip Torn's vile voiceovers of the women he had laid, wanted to lay, and was in the midst of laying in the middle of Paris. I can only imagine how far Henry Miller's book goes.Despite how much the portrayal of the sex disgusted me, this is still a breezy and beautifully shot film. So why the 3 out of 5? The movie suffers from having no likable characters at all, and there's not really much of a plot aside from Rip Torn saying things I never, ever want to hear him utter again.
(mx) wrote: too bad we will never see the full directors cut.
(it) wrote: Tuesday, February 5, 2015(2013) Evil Feed ACTION HORROR COMEDYLow budget, straight to rental has young owner wanting to maintain his family business of selling people as his own specialty meat. There are kidnappings and gore as well as some fake looking martial art matches. This film gets a big fat zero.
(ru) wrote: Travels A Well-Worn Path (Guy Meets Girl & They Fumble Towards A Connected Relationship) But With An Edge Of No-Holes Barred Comedy. Like High-Intensity Low-Brow Efforts Before (Bridemaids, Hang-Over, Bad Grandpa) This Takes The Relationship Edge To A New Level, So It Has It's Moments Of Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy Mixed With A Romantic Mood...I Think It Does Well To Switch Between The Two..Not Over-Doing It Too Much & Eventually (With Good Measure) Erring On The Side Of A Romantic Tie-In Ending.