She drives a cab on the night shift and meets every scum there is. Gyung-sun lives a scant life day by day, but she used to be a professional safecracker that earned her the nickname, "... See full summary »
Detective Woo is on the trail of the mysterious gangster Sungmin, a master of disguise who always manages to elude his pursuers. Eventually, the cop tracks down and confronts the master-criminal in the suburbs of a coal-mining town.
Jun-Sang moves to a small town in the country and meets Yoo-Jin in the local high school. They fall in love, but Jun-Sang faces a terrible tragedy and gets killed in a car accident. Ten ... See full summary »
Dramatisation of the team hoping to televise the trial of Adolf Eichmann, an infamous Nazi responsible for the deaths of millions of Jews. It focuses on Leo Hurwitz, a documentary film-maker and Milton Fruchtman, a producer.
Paul Andrew Williams
Newlywed, Su-jin, believes that nothing will interfere with her happiness or come between herself and her husband, Dong-woo. That is, until she meets her mother-in-law. Dong-woo is devoted to his mother and now that they are all living together, it isn't long before Su-jin notices something unnatural about the amount of affection between the two. When confronted, Dong-woo promises his new wife that she will be his priority. However, he must spend a lot of time away from home because of his job granting the mother-in-law sufficient time to plot how to eliminate her rival.Written by
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I enjoyed very much Olgami. A sharp script, great acting, beautiful photography, punctual soundtrack. The movie looks like the explanation of a mathematical theorem about feelings, and it works very well. Not a single boring instant, a fluid narration with some brilliant moments of high tension and suspense, the sane respect of the logic. Some directors should study from this movie the grammar of the cinema: not a single shot is unnecessary or wrong. A standing ovation to So-Jeong Yun, who played the mother: she is able to scare us just with a glance. A critics could be appointed only on the acting of the young friend of Su-Jin, just a little bit forced, but the whole result is considerable.
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