Sumin is an orphan trying to balance work in a factory with study at an art college and an evening job. One night, a rich young businessman makes an advance on him during one of his driving jobs. They meet again the next day: it is during a round of redundancy cuts at the factory where Sumin refuses an attempt by a man (who is in fact the boss' son Jaemin) to save his job. Eventually, Sumin is seduced into working as a prostitute in an up-market boy-brothel as Jaemin's obsession with him grows, leaving Jaemin helpless in the face of his overwhelming desire. This is a film of bold sexuality, where unexpected passion, desire and misunderstandings wreak havoc of an operatic intensity.
- Stars:Nam-gil Kim, Young-hoon Lee, Hyeon-cheol Jo, Dong-wook Kim, Seung-kil Jeong, Hwa-yeong Kim, Seung-cheol Lee, Jeong-hwa Kim, Doo-yeong Choi, Ik-Joon Yang,
- Country:South Korea
- Director:Hee-il Leesong,
- Writer:Hee-il Leesong
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(ag) wrote: Started slow... ended average. All of this dude's movies just seem like a version of the transporter movies.
(es) wrote: A romantic drama centring on a pre-op transexual FTM man as he struggles with college life "in the closet". A romance develops with a man and his one friendship and ally from his past gets sidelined.It's a very touching drama and the issues are handled well. The differences between transgender and transsexual are underlined here like I have seen in no other film. Well acted. Well shot. Groundbreaking. My only problem I had was with a man being cast as Lukas. Though the make up effects are rather good, at no time did I believe that Rick Okon (Lukas) was ever a female.
(it) wrote: It had some high points, but overall not for me. If your into conspiracy theories, psychedelic drugs, and twists and turns that go nowhere. This is the movie for you. It had some appeal for me but the delivery was sloppy and became boring half way through.
(mx) wrote: The acting wasn't great, but the concept was interesting and the free running and parkour done by the traceurs was awesome! Acting wise 0.5 stars, but the chase scenes add on so much more.
(fr) wrote: Osobista i zbiorowa bezradno> wobec cudu.wietna rola Testud i nie tylko.
(nl) wrote: definitely the worst santiago film i've seen
(us) wrote: Abbie Hoffman stimulated some of the most off the wall and entertaining postscripts of the Vietnam War era with extemporaneous performances mixing public defiance and radical street theater. Some of his turns in the air had a particular genius, as when he spread dollar bills onto the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and the traders plunged to the floor fighting over it without any concern for the situation, reflecting a precise metaphor for what they always do otherwise.More than anyone else in contemporary American history, he was able to secure headlines and reap national interest just with the daring nerve and overconfidence of his imagination. From what I know of him, one of my favorite things he did is in the film, when he declared that he and fellow Yippie Party affiliates would levitate the Pentagon, he enticed a mammoth gathering. President Nixon and J. Edgar Hoover didn't find it funny, but that was the aim, that everyone have a joke at their expense.The movie traces the trajectory of Hoffman, played by the curiously cast Vincent D'Onofrio, from the early 1960s, when he was a civil rights worker in the South, to the late 1970s, when he had gone underground and was an esteemed environmental campaign organizer. Down this wayward road of his, he married a woman played by loved actress and liberal Janeane Garofalo, started a family, then holed up.His first family, under relentless FBI surveillance, one of the film's biggest shocks, was able to meet with him time and again, but in the meantime, he met and fell in love with another woman, played by Jeanne Tripplehorn, which I'm actually glad he does because Jeanne Tripplehorn is a good actress who doesn't seem to get enough work anymore. That the two women got along rather well and were able to split Hoffman denotes their liberality and that he truly was too much for any one person to live with.That was emphatically true as it became obvious he was suffering from manic depression. His outrageous activities in the 1960s were equalled by profound despair in the 1970s, and his boundless oomph and imagination might have been nourished by a disorder that was a helping hand earlier in his life, a serious drain later. I can relate, as I have an anxiety disorder that I believe would likely turn into manic depression eventually if I did not find the right medication.Steal This Movie is a clever title based upon Hoffman's famous Steal This Book , not a fashionable title with its publisher. It suggests a time when theft was hardly a crime, because the highest corporate echelons of capitalism leveled the playing field for the people. The movie, directed by Robert Greenwald, has an enormous amount of material to cover, and does it fairly clumsily. Information enters the screen from too many directions. Subtitles treat the material like a documentary. Spoken narration treats it as memory. Actual newsreel footage coexists with reconstructions. This clearly comes from Greenwald's partiality to documentary film-making, as he is the director of the vital piece Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War On Journalism. As a feature narrative film, Steal This Movie takes a little more time to stabilize and finds its pulse, which in a sense is hardly a flaw in the manner in which it would be in another movie because I feel like Hoffman himself would have made similar films had he been a filmmaker.Abbie Hoffman is seen wearing an American flag shirt and getting in trouble for desecrating it; the movie cuts to footage of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans yodeling while wearing their flag shirts. Hoffman insisted that the flag represented all Americans, including those opposed to the war; he resisted efforts of the Right to annex it as their exclusive ideological banner.Vincent D'Onofrio has an interesting task, playing the role, since Hoffman seems on autopilot much of the time. He is charismatic and has an instinctive grasp of the dramatic gesture, but can be infuriating on a one-to-one level; the women in his life sometimes wonder whether he really sees and hears them, and can understand what he puts them through. Both Garofalo and Tripplehorn are valuable to the film because they supply the minimum necessary number of eyes through which we see a man who couldn't clearly see himself.
(jp) wrote: fun one from my high school days.
(br) wrote: This movie has the greatest shots of human interaction with wildlife and of the natural beauty of our country that I have ever seen. It is a wonderful family movie that teaches appreciation and respect for nature as well as bringing to life the lesson of the Westward expansion to Oregon in the late 1800s.
(it) wrote: A feel-good movie that tells the story of Humanity Pulling Together to overcome a Threat to our Very Existence. Sort of in the mold of War Games but not as tight. There are lots of Heroes with a a capital H and lots of opportunities for heroic sacrifices especially near the end. Decent special effects. Personally I was irritated by the musical score, which was sombre and ponderous and always intruding. Script, pretty corny at times. It pays to see the movie at home on your DVD player so you can fast forward through all the schmalz. But all in all, I rate it a solid B
(ca) wrote: Gripping action carries the load for this cinema standard, but, as the plot develops, the movie becomes increasingly unbelievable. This caused me to lose interest towards the climax because Oh Daesu was so likable early on. I will say it's a film worth watching once as long as it hasn't been spoiled beforehand.
(mx) wrote: I'm probably the only that agrees with fellow reviewer Conner Rainwater about this movie. This seriously felt like one of those classic 80's comedies and I loved the vibe throughout the whole entire movie. It wasn't tying to be completely over the top or something different. I mean the humor is there, cast, setting, costumes, romance, and life messages. Take me Home is seriously like a great 80's John Hughes movie. I liked Topher Grace being the main character and slowly trying get his dream chick Tori. Who can't get enough of Teresa Palmer? She's the perfect blonde bombshell and gawd she's gorgeous! Dan Fogler was a great comic relief to the movie and had some hilarious moments. Anna Farris was very underused, but I liked her anyways. If your looking for a serious homage to 80's teen comedies, check this out.
(fr) wrote: - Watched yet again, I've seen it maybe 6 times now and it still makes me laugh. Vaughn and Wilson have great chemistry here and the writing is pretty strong for a comedy. lots of funny parts. Check it out if it's been a while.- Just rewatched it, must have seen it at least five times now, and it's still just as funny each and every time.