On the Occasion of Remembering the Turning Gate
Actor Gyung-soo (Kim Sang-kyung) is passed over for a part and decides to leave Seoul and visit a friend. His friend tells him the legend of the "Turning Gate," which foreshadows future events. During his visit, Gyung-soo meets Myung-sook (Ye Ji-won), a girl who quickly falls for him. After a night of passion, he boards the train back for Seoul and meets a married woman who claims to know him. Gyung-soo thinks he may be in love with her, but perhaps he's chosen the wrong woman.
Actor Kyung Soo leaves Seoul to visit an old classmate. The reunion with his friend does not amount to much, but the trip does lead to some romantic encounters. He gets involved with two ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
On the Occasion of Remembering the Turning Gate torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Brilliant! I love this movie, can't wait to see the other two, wish there was a regular weekly series!
(es) wrote: A quirky but underwhelming and meandering piece.
(ca) wrote: Spike Lee at his finest here. My one gripe is the time; it's a little too long and could've been cut. However, the one-on-one scene concluding 'He Got Game' ranks up there with the best in the business.
(us) wrote: Ambiance takes center stage in this most unusual murder mystery starring the quirky citizens of Savannah, GA. The story centers on a northern reporter, John Cusack's character, a southern self-made man/art collector, Kevin Spacey's character, and a murder trial. What is the truth regarding the murder? I really didn't care. This reminds me of Hitchcock's "MacGuffins," something important to the characters in the film but not the audience. Savannah's charm and eccentricities are the draw of the film, and director Clint Eastwood displays them proudly. There are aspects of the film I like and some I don't. I enjoyed the addition of UGA, the Georgia mascot, but I didn't buy the voodoo woman Minerva much. I liked Alison Eastwood; I'd like to see her in more roles. Lady Chablis steals the show; she's over the top fantastic. Southerners in general were too exaggerated though, particularly the Luther Driggers character with the flies. Eccentricities are one thing, don't get ridiculous. Overall though, its fun watching the "old south" being dragged into the present, and the film definitely made me want to experience Savannah for myself.
(nl) wrote: Much like "The Third Man" and "The Maltese Falcon," "The Lady from Shanghai" is one of the few so-called film noirs that actually feels like a film noir. This is because of Welles' exceptional usage of bizarre camerawork, elaborate plot twists, cynical characters and hard-nosed dialogue, as well as his dark depiction of urbanity. Of course, since age has taken its toll on some aspects, Welles' direction can seem uneven at times and his comedic treatment of the whole courtroom scene is ill-advised and feels awfully out of place. But "The Lady from Shanghai" is a true film noir and lovers of the genre will find themselves relishing every minute of it.
(us) wrote: Not sure really what to think of this. I liked a lot of it, but I'm not really sure what the movie is trying to say about the after life. It's about this French girl who survived a tsunami, a young boy who lost his brother and Matt Damon who is a former psychic. All of their stories intertwine I guess at the end. When I was watching this, it didn't seem like a Clint Eastwood movie at all. I'm not sure if I would recommend this or not, if you like Matt a Damon and Clint Eastwood I would say watch it but most people probably won't like this. It's very slow at times and there's no straight forward narrative. Overall, this one of my least favorite Clint Eastwood movies, but it is not bad as the rotten tomatoes score suggests, it's just ok.
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