The Customer Is Always Right
Seemingly good-natured Ahn Chang-Jin owns his very own barbershop in a quiet town. He makes sure to have the place immaculate for customers and even plays classical music for just the right mood. Furthermore, Ahn Chang-Jin is married to the beautiful Jun Yeon-Ok. Life seems great for Ahn Chang-Jin ... that is until Kim Yang-Gil begins patronizing his barbershop.
Seemingly good-natured Ahn Chang-Jin owns his very own barbershop in a quiet town. He makes sure to have the place immaculate for customers and even plays classical music for just the right mood. Furthermore, Ahn Chang-Jin is married to the beautiful Jun Yeon-Ok. Life seems great for Ahn Chang-Jin ... that is until Kim Yang-Gil begins patronizing his barbershop. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Customer Is Always Right torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Thick-layered plot crafted by Altmann towards the basic moral of Hollywood and their incredible stupid and false behaviour. Naturally pulling every cliche there is, in outsmarting the system, really pinching its essence. Tim Robbins douching it through, making a monumental statement on the stereotypical "something" in their landscape of bisarre slickyness.
(es) wrote: Seems to be one of the general home invasion movies that comes out, all with the same storyline. This one was short but had tonnes of filler, could have been only a 40 min film
(es) wrote: A film with a great atmosphere! Beautiful music thanks to Patricia Kaas, Jeremy Irons even speaks French (what a delight!)! :) As far as acting goes - I wouldn't exactly qualify it as a masterpiece - but for all those of you who, like myself, love the music of Kaas and the acting of Jeremy Irons (even though throughout career he's had a few quite disappointing roles ) : I strongly recommend this one!
(ca) wrote: It's so bad it's good. It reaches delirious heights of stupidity and, as a consequence, hilarity.
(ag) wrote: D-DL's best film in my view. Superbly acted.
(ca) wrote: NEED TO SEE MORE FELLINI!!!!
(fr) wrote: Some people enjoy just watching character pieces, and 70s films are filled with this type of entertainment. Unfortunately, I enjoy a little more plot to a film, so the best I can say is that this movie provides a time capsule to New York life in the 70s. I'm also not much of a history buff, so I guess this film just isn't for me. Everyone does a great job, but I found more interesting things to do while half-heartedly watching it.
(ru) wrote: A slickly made sci-fi thriller with amazing visual fx, a bombastic music score by the late great Jerry Goldsmith, and a likable cast. It is very unfortunate that such effort was made for a script that never uses its intriguing premise to its full potential. Just one man's perverted tendencies which isn't the slightest bit interesting to me as a viewer, and then the film devolves into slasher movie mode which does give it schlock value... but overall I can't deny that the opportunity is completely squandered which is why this film barely gets a recommendation from me and only for the slick production, the fx, the music, and the cast.