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Nareul Itjimarayo is a movie starring Sung-Woo Bae, Young-nam Jang, and Yi-jin Jo. A man calling himself Jin-young walks into a police station to report a missing person: himself. Starting at the end of the story, Jin-young is...

Romance, Mystery, Drama
Yoon-Jung Lee
Young-nam Jang, Sung-Woo Bae, Woo-sung Jung, Yi-jin Jo

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Genres Romance, Mystery, Drama
Director Yoon-Jung Lee
Writer Yoon-Jung Lee
Stars Young-nam Jang, Sung-Woo Bae, Woo-sung Jung, Yi-jin Jo
Country South Korea
Also Known As Remember You, 私を忘れないで
Runtime 1 h 46 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A man calling himself Jin-young walks into a police station to report a missing person: himself. Starting at the end of the story, Jin-young is revealed to be be Suk-won, a lawyer suffering severe memory loss and a total change of character. Formerly ruthless and calculating, the amnesiac Suk-won is kind and gentle; completely unlike the man his colleagues want for the important trial of their highest billing client, Mrs. Kim. In order to appease his firm, Suk-won goes to see a psychiatrist. At the hospital he meets Jin-young, a skittish woman he is inexplicably drawn to even as she does her best to steer clear him. As Suk-won investigates both his own past and Mrs. Kim's case the tragic truth of his and Jin-young's enduring connection to each other is revealed, bringing Suk-won full circle in a story of loss and the pain of remembrance.

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Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 10:09

Jubilee,The Soweto riots,and "Free Zulu" are probably the three best movies of the past decade,and they are all about the importance of black history in a sub-continent that is still reeling from the legacy of Apartheid. Most movies on this subject are either shallow or trivial,or involve an African American actor,as with "Mandela's" Nkosi Zulu.But "Zulu" proves that these stereotypes can be put to better use in a movie.The movie is a well-crafted,emotion-filled journey,which sheds a light on the often overlooked part of South Africa's history. It is by no means a 'documentary',as some reviewers have claimed.In fact,I found the film to be almost perfect in every aspect.The actors,the cinematography,the music,the directing,the writing and the direction,make this film a masterpiece in every aspect.Some of the most effective parts of the movie are the opening scenes,which were shot in Soweto.I believe this was done to show that South Africa was a different place before the Apartheid.It also illustrates the racism that existed in the country.In the second part,the movie is all about the riots.I was very impressed by the way the actors and the directors were able to capture the essence of the events that took place in Soweto.They also captured the anger and fear that the rioters were feeling,as well as the frustration and the confusion they were feeling.After the riots, the movie shifts to Zulu's character,as he continues to search for justice.The movie shows that Zulu is not a simple victim,but a survivor.The movie shows that Zulu is an outsider,as he finds himself at odds with the people he was fighting for,but he always finds a way to prove his point.The movie ends with a tribute to Zulu,who continues to find ways to find justice for his people,and continues to try to bring peace to his people.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 08:26

I read many reviews of this movie and when I saw that reviewers had given it a 5/10 I couldn't help but think that it's been an easy one. The last time I saw a movie with such a high rating I felt disappointed and now I realize that it's because the movie doesn't fit to a very big scale. But the rating is a reflection of the feelings of a number of people who don't understand this movie. This is not a movie about marriage, this is not a movie about a man and a woman's love for each other, this is a movie about love, the complexity of love and the art of being in love. The same I could say about "Chocolat" - but that one is more personal than this movie. The movie is beautiful, the acting is great, the story is good, but it is not a happy story and it doesn't get out of it's depth. It's a small story, but it's small and in small moments the movie gets deeper. I liked the movie, but I do not like the world that they are living in and I don't like how "them" lives. For example, in this movie, when "us" met "them" at the party, they made some friends and then the man (the man of the woman) called the women by their names and made a big show about their new friends. Then he said that the women were going to be married soon and he felt sad and also thought that he could do better. Then he got in touch with his wife, but when he did he wanted to be with his wife, not with his friend. That's like how they are living. In my opinion, the only thing that could make it better would be if the "them" did something different from what they were doing and then we could see the real differences between the "them" and the "us".
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 07:08

I have not been able to get over the lack of a film called 'The Life and Death of Detective Inspector Bungo', but 'This Town', directed by Tondo - the director of the magnificent 'Seville' - has made me want to revisit the film again and see if it was worth my time. 'This Town' is a highly original film that cannot be described by any one word, and the way it is presented is like watching a story from the other side of the world. It is beautiful to watch, and the performance of Emmanuelle Beart as Bukko is so true to life that you can see the affect she has on the director, who obviously had her as a muse. I would also like to mention the performances by Carmen Sangha as 'Sekko', one of the friends who are scared of Bukko, and the ever-present 'Ding-ling' (the older actress who plays the role of 'Sekko's mother') who portrays the tough and arrogant character that Sekko has come to be. The story itself is about a man who is a cop in this town who is in love with a beautiful girl who wants to be with him. The man, Bungo (played by Tondo), knows the girl, but cannot help her. But he has to give her up to his uncle, and he does not want to see the girl suffer. The uncle will not allow him to be with the girl, and he takes her back to his house where he will force her into prostitution. He knows that she is not a prostitute, but he does not care about the girl's feelings. He has other things on his mind, including his own life. His uncle is in love with the beautiful daughter of the woman who wants to have him as her husband. She is Sekko (Sangha), who has been sold into prostitution. Bungo has lost Sekko because of his unwillingness to give up his love for the girl, and he has an affair with the uncle. But he still loves Sekko and wants her to be happy. He is not ready to leave Sekko, but his love for her has taken a different turn. He is no longer willing to give up his love for the girl. The film does not give you a clear picture of how the story develops. You are left to imagine how things turn out. And the story is told in a very slow way, with the audience not knowing the ending. The ending is just so beautiful that it is worth waiting to see. It is a very sad ending, and it is sad to see that Sekko dies. It is also sad to see that Bukko is finally able to have a happy ending with his love. He does not have to take Sekko back to the uncle, because he does not know what will happen to Sekko. He is still in love with the uncle, but it is true love. Bukko is the best friend of Sekko's. He has made Sekko's life a living hell, but he is a very sad and kind man. He is the only person who has stood up to Bungo's uncle, and he has come to a sad end. The ending is also the most beautiful. There are no words that can describe it. It is just perfect. 'This Town' is a film that is not for everybody, but it is for those who want to see something different, and who want to see a film that is not for the simple audience. I would highly recommend it, but only for the people who like films that are not easy to describe. I am glad I watched this film, and it is something that I will remember for a very long time.

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