Avec des personnages désarmant, Lee Chang-Dong a construit l'un des films les plus durs et éprouvants qui soit. A la fois d'une grande crudité et d'un profond lyrisme. Un film comme une échappée, une histoire d'amour impossible qui ne durera qu'un instant, et qui se veut inoubliable. Difficile pourtant de s'y projeter vraiment et de ne pas se sentir un brin manipulé.
Most of my reasons for loving it are far too personal to share, but this I will say - this destroyed me. While I do not have any physical disability like the female protagonist, (or both of them, for that matter) I find myself relating to her in more ways than one.
This is an incredible film. A thoroughly unlikeable, social misfit falls into a relationship with a girl suffering from extreme cerebral palsy. The film takes it's time building just how unsympathetic the main character is, including starting the relationship with what one could only call a sexual assault, before taking you many places you do not expect to go.
I don't like the stoy. I don't the the idea of this movie. I don't like the end. I don't like anything from it. And it's too long (more than 2 hours). I adore Moon So-ri but not in this movie. This is so not Lee Chang-Dong that I've know from "Peppermint Candy". It has no beautiful shot. Sorry, but is this movie overrate?
Başlangıç olarak tecavüz rahatsız edici dursa da devamında ki toplumun tecavüzü ve So Ri Moon'un oyunculuğu filmi çok yukarılara taşıyor.Filmin rahatsız edici yönü yok diyemem ama yalnız başlangıçta ki tecavüzden rahatsız olmak yetmiyor görmezden gelmeye çalışanlardan da rahatsız olmak gerekiyor.
Lee Chang-dong's third directorial effort didn't live up to his two previous efforts mainly due to a protagonist that one just isn't able to connect with. A three time loser fresh from jail takes up with a cerebral palsy suffering girl who is the daughter of a man killed in the crime he's just been released for Underneath the obvious there is a wry critique of society's abuse of the afflicted but it just lacks spark.