Low-ranking civil servant Pil Yong (Park Joong Hoon) has things hard looking after his disabled wife(Ye Ji Won). He takes charge of a hanji project in hopes it will bring him a promotion. His wife comes from a family of hanji masters. One of his tasks include working with quarrelsome filmmaker Ji Won (Kang Su Yeon), who is shooting a documentary about hanji. Though he knows little about the subject to begin with, the more he learns about hanji, the more it takes on a new significance for him and the world around him.
- Stars:Joong-Hoon Park, Ji-won Ye, Hyun-Sang Kwon, Hang-Seon Jang, Tae-won Kwon, Soo-yeon Kang, Seung-dae Lim, Byeong-chun Kim, Woo-hyeok Jeong, Kyeong Jin, Su-yun Han, Kyeong-jin Min,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Kwon-taek Im,
- Writer:Kwon-taek Im (screenplay), Gil-han Song (screenplay)
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Hanji torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: the best was the kid describing the flight...
(nl) wrote: Um dos melhores documentrios que j vi na minha vida.
(br) wrote: Creative silliness that never falters.
(de) wrote: I do not think Chris Elliot is the least bit funny anytime and throw in this clunker of a movie and there's no change in that.
(br) wrote: Director Susan Seidelman made a few very 80s looking comedies that are not exactly classics, but watching them now really capture the time. She started off with "Desperately Seeking Susan" followed by this film and then made the underrated "Cookie". This film isn't nearly as pop culture obsessed at "Desperately Seeking Susan," but like "Cookie" it captures all that was hip about 80s culture in a story that could easily have taken place in any time period. This film is about John Malkovich making an android that looks exactly like him to make a long distance voyage into space. While preparing his robot, Ann Magnuson takes and interest and ends up humanizing the robot by teaching him about human interactions in ways that are much to the consternation of Malkovich. It's a pretty dorky idea, with a robot learning about love and consequentially the other characters learn about love as well, but it's such a great cast that is all manages to work. Ann Magnuson is an actress I've always had a crush on, so I love anything she's in and Malkovich is always great, but you also get Glenne Headly, Laurie Metcalf and Polly Bergen in supporting roles. Not a classic, but quite an enjoyable film all around.
(kr) wrote: Good cast. Good comedy with props, driving stunts, and a great finale.. There's not a movie like it and it has more than the basics done.
(us) wrote: RV the Fifth Movie is a First come to my friends there are many different things.
(au) wrote: watching Hatari now- I like