More Than Blue
K, a radio producer who loves a woman named Cream, is told that he has only a few months left to live. Because he knows Cream's biggest fear is to be left alone, he keeps his illness a secret and urges her to marry a guy named Ju-Hwan. One day, Cream announces that she is in love with Ju-Hwan...
- Stars:Sang-woo Kwon, Bo-young Lee, Beom-su Lee, Jong-hak Choi, Wung-hoe Gu, Cheol-hyeong Im, Ae-Yeon Jeong, Eun-ran Jo, Jeong-seok Kim, Kyeong-ryong Kim, Kyeong-seon Kim, Myeong-sin Kim, Yeong-jun Kim, Ha-jin Lee, Han-wi Lee,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Tae-Yeon Won,
- Writer:Tae-Yeon Won (screenplay)
"K" loves Cream but has terminal cancer so he keeps his love for her secret and tries to find a mate for her before he dies so she will not be alone after he dies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
More Than Blue torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Bollywood comes to Chicago!
(de) wrote: That's it. I've reached peak (trough?) bad film. Nothing can be this bad. I can already not remember the worst bits and it's not even completely over yet.
(jp) wrote: A fun film that really touches on a lot of issues. The editing was a bit slow at times, and I felt like a lot could have been shaved off to reduce the overall screen time. Overall though, this was a very intriguing and entertaining film.
(mx) wrote: Best cowgirl movie I've ever seen. Lisa Raye, Lil Kim Stacey Dash, Monica Calhoun really did a amazing job.
(nl) wrote: I love Samuel L. Jackson, Milla Jovovich, and Stellan Skarsgard
(br) wrote: Mmmmm Josiane Belasko
(nl) wrote: Black or dark comedy oddly captivating even though foriegn
(ru) wrote: Tight low-budget noir about a heist that, of course, goes wrong. The film reminded me of Kubrick's "The Killing" in many ways, but it's not quite that good. Still, director Richard Fleischer created a fast paced film that doesn't have any fat, and Charles McGraw is his usual tough self as the cop on the robbers' trail.
(nl) wrote: Polly Parrish (Ginger Rogers) finds a baby and unknowingly becomes a mother.
(us) wrote: A very nuanced film about modern young urban relationships