Da-Jin (Kim Ha-Neul) and Jae-Young (Yoon Kye-Sang) have been in an all too comfortable relationship for the past six years. Although they don't live together, their apartments reside side by side. Da-Jin works as an editor at publishing company and Jae-Young works as a producer for a home shopping network. Trouble brews for the couple when Da-jin recruits illustrator Jin-Seong (Shin Sung-Rok) for her next project. During the process, Jin-Seong begins to take an interest in Da-Jin romantically. Meanwhile, Jae-Young meets a young part-time worker in the elevator at the television station. The young woman already knows his name and seems to want to know more. Can Da-Jin and Jae-Young's relationship survive these outside temptations?
Writer:Beom-soo Park (screenplay), Hyeon-jin Park (screenplay), Hyeon-chan Yang (screenplay)
A film about dating and relationships. It doesn't deal with the kind of head-over-heels, knight-in-shining-armor love that is usually tied to "romance." This is the love that bores, nags, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sooty M (ru) wrote: You're reviled, isolated and somewhat dehumanized by the rest of society. Your only family are those who work with you and you are more likely than not to succumb to substance abuse. X quite literally marks that spot in your life and that damned spot follows you to your grave. Your shelf life is around 2 years (unless you are Asia Carrera) and while some leave with a bad taste in their mouths, others take it in their stride. Regardless, the repercussions on those actively engaged in the porn industry are by no means trivial. It takes a lot of balls to do what these individuals do, many of whom do it to support their kids. This documentary also exposes the hypocrisy of society for damning something that gave them pleasure in the first place.
Alejandro M (ca) wrote: is the first tme I saw this film is ridicolus at least try to be ubicated geographically, who said that Bogota was hot weather, Bogota is in the mountains 2.600 mts above the sea, what that means that is COLD WEATHER, please at least try to make a little bit of research, even if is part of caribbean zone it doesn't mean that all this zone is hot, and common whats wrong, Bogota is not a little town, is a city that has more than 9 million people, in the movie looks like a little town of no more o 5oo hundred people, maybe a lot less of that. I did not watch more of this movie. because if you see so much incoherences at the beginnig how do you think it could be the rest, a lot of crap. and common at least try to search Bogota in google is absurd.
Cool P (us) wrote: Very amazing movie, horror taken to a different perspective.
Timothy F (de) wrote: I actually enjoyed this one. Normality in the chaos of war.
Robert C (br) wrote: A film with a MAJOR identity crisis. A little Texac Chainsaw Massacre, a little Last House On The Left, with a nod to Romero's Martin - hell...there is even a little Boxing Helena in there! While there is not a whole lot that is original, it is still a lot of fun for horror fans. More specifically fans of Giallo and/or 70's exploitation/horror.
Asif K (mx) wrote: just for Maria Bello
Charles P (fr) wrote: This Return to Sleepaway Camp is an infuriating hour and a half of movie hell, with none of the dark humor, wicked surprises, or creative slayings that made the previous entries to franchise endearing.
Matt G (ca) wrote: Here's a shocker! Haneke makes a frigid cold mystery that is, while intriguing, too ambiguous and dry to really grasp onto. It's not a disaster; there is some uniqueness to the plotting and some funny-ish characters, but nothing to stave off the boredom. In one scene, the main character is fighting off falling asleep while another character drones on. Sadly, I could relate.
WS W (ru) wrote: Even though realising it's a 1999 film, NO!
Ryan C (jp) wrote: The first entry was great so I put this on expecting a decent sequel. I was wrong. Very very wrong. It was beyond decent. It was superior to the original and that takes a lot of skill. It takes the original and gives it more. It's a great sequel that must be watched.