Scent of Love

Scent of Love

Based on the novel of the same name, Scent of Love chronicles several years in the life of a man and woman who were never able to fully realize their love for each other.

University student Seo In-ha meets a young woman on the subway and falls in love. After joining a local book club, he is pleasantly surprised to find that the woman, Mun Hie-jae, is also a member. Although he makes a poor first impression, In-ha and Hie-jae become friends, though she is more interested in another student, Kang Seong-ho.Several years pass as they go their separate ways. While Hie-jae and Seong-ho prepare to wed, In-ha, now a producer at a local radio station, still pines after his crush. When Hie-jae survives a car crash that kills her fiancé and parents, In-ha resumes his pursuit of her by reading out letters on his radio show. They reunite and plan to get married.However, their happiness is short-lived, as Hie-jae becomes pregnant only to discover that she has stomach cancer, and must choose between her own life and the life of her unborn child. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Scent of Love torrent reviews

Kurt B (ru) wrote: Despite the fact that it's all so very familiar, the past-tense storytelling allows for an unexpected twist.

Jake S (ca) wrote: I am giving this film 5 stars, I havnt seen it but I had watched the first and second IP Man and both were great movies. so that being said I can only imagine how good this one is. hopefully I get to see this move sooner than later..

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Barry J (kr) wrote: Cheesy but very very funny with some braw ine liners.

Randy Y (fr) wrote: Rewatched it recently and (aside from the painful technology) it has withheld the test of time. Decent story, pace, characters.

Ted W (mx) wrote: Unusual, interesting, disjointed. I read Ebert's review and I'll agree with the idea that it's all about unusual people in contact with one another. Yes, this is a great showcase for Schwarzenegger and it's also a rare glimpse at Sally Field's behind (which is also a nice showcase). Bridges is the weak point in this one, the central character to whom the growth is supposed to occur, but I never felt that 1. Blake was from the south 2. he ever really grew up. Great to see Spinel and Englund in non-horror film roles.

Buddy H (us) wrote: the love storyline seems forced. but the last third of the movie is well worth it.

Daniel P (es) wrote: I love crocodiles and am very biased here, at least Oliver Platt is great as usual. Betty White is wonderful to.

Aaron G (es) wrote: Very entertaining... but somehow I never quite followed what was going on. Also, a few years after the fact, if you asked me to recall a single scene from this caper I'm not sure I could. Not good.

Mike C (br) wrote: Damn, I used to really be into bodybuilding. I think I peaked in 2003 around 150 lbs and about seven percent body fat. Not bad for a kid who didn't hit 100 lbs until high school.Reading the magazines in high school, I was never impressed with Arnold. The new generation seemed to have him beat pretty easily. This movie suggests otherwise. He looks pretty damn impressive in this. Cut, think, balanced. That said, it's kind of a boring flick. Arnold is very, very confident. There's not much about the diet aspect, mostly just some working out and posing. On top of that, it's hard to take them seriously at times because of the 70s hair and wardrobe. Some of it is pretty damn atrocious.Anyway, sure makes me want to workout. I don't really use free weights anymore and Arnold is right...there is something about the pump. It's not as good as sex like he says, but it's a nice feeling. I think it was Jay Cutler who said...the gains, etc are nice, but true gratification comes from ripping the seams in your polo shirt. But just a cool flashback of an old hobby of sorts. Not that I ever took it real seriously, but I read up on it a fair bit. I can still remember all the good ones...Lee Priests' forearms, Dorian Yates' back, Tom Platz' legs, and the cop Ronnie Coleman, etc.

ClaRita C (nl) wrote: Hah! not sure how that dumbass didn't see it coming. at least he's with his beloved now.