Jung is a mortician at the morgue, who has to rely heavily on medicine for his severe tuberculosis and arthritis. Despite his illness, cleaning and dressing the dead is a noble and even beautiful work. His life over there is both a reality and a fantasy while the corpses are his models and friends for his paintings, his sole living pleasure. Why this morbid hobby? Jung was adopted by a horrible woman who used him as a slave for her dress shop. The natural son of the woman is younger than Jung and has a strange desire. He wants to transform his male body into a female one. Despite the love and hate relationship Jung has with his brother and burdened with the weight of life and the difficulties he has to deal with at his job, Jung endures the pain and prepares a last gift for his brother...
The Weight, portrays the life of Jung(Cho Jae-Huyn) who grew up as an orphan and was adopted into a family of only a mother and a son. Jung is now a hunchback man due to scoliosis and is a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Weight torrent reviews
(es) wrote: It was ok, But the original first lost boys was much better
(es) wrote: Quite an entertaining film, amusing throughout.
(nl) wrote: A strange experience, despite the lack of dialogue or real plot this perverted little picture is strangely captivating. The conclusion is a disappointment though, lacking any real pay off.
(fr) wrote: A straight continuation from Part 4. Thomerson still has terrific comedic timing and Terri Ivens and Stacie Randall were certainly welcome additions to the fold. For Trancers completists, Full Moon watered down the product as much as possible.
(fr) wrote: Very entertaining and has a fair bit of Gone In 60's quirks.
(au) wrote: Winner of the 5 major categories at the 1935 Academy Awards. It Happened One Night is a timeless romantic comedy that still holds up more then 80 years later.
(ru) wrote: Sexy beast is the Best very simple heist movie i've ever seen
(fr) wrote: The best Action/syfy/thriller movie of 2012! if not of all time!
(jp) wrote: What a disappointment! Dance moves and scenes are dry! Imagine my horror to discover that this is supposed to be related in some way to You Got Served. THAT film had poor acting and character development but AWESOME DANCING!AND what type of cinematography was involved in this?!?Don't waste your time watching it!
(de) wrote: He Never Died was the 3rd flick in our 31 nights of horror. I really liked this movie. First of all, I've been a fan of Henry Rollins since my teenage years and even attended a spoken word concert of his back in the late 90's. So, going in, I was a tad biased. This story has a familiar premise of an immortal vampire/demon (I was never quite sure which one he was supposed to be) who lives a solitary life. His teenage daughter shows up and drama ensues. While the setup was somewhat unoriginal. the delivery was flawless. Rollins was perfectly cast as this eternal character, with his deadpan dialogue and his hilarious dark humor. I found myself genuinely laughing at the parts that were meant to be funny and cringing at the moments that were horrific. A superb mix of comedy and horror, He Never Died is pretty good.