Sky Blue (2003)

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2142: Pollution and climate change wiped out most of Earth's population. Ecoban city is built to withstand this. Suppression results in revolt. A childhood couple find each other as adults on opposing sides.




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25 August 2004 | BrianThibodeau
| Stunning eye candy wants only for a better story.
WONDERFUL DAYS (2003) Directed by Kim Mun-saeng, this is a stunningly designed and rendered flat animation/CG/model hybrid that only wants for a better story. Despite it's box office failure (still the most successful Korean animated film to date I heard), it's bodes well for future endeavours in the genre. At it's core, its about the `haves' in an environmentally-polluted future world plotting to wipe out the `have-nots' so they can replenish the dwindling energy supplies to their self-contained megacity. Fortunately, the have-nots have a brooding outcast on their side who knows how to put things right. The 2-disc Korean DVD is packed with extras, as is an expanded 3-disc Korean DVD. The films does, I might add, improve greatly on repeat viewings. I give it an 8, largely for artistic merit.

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Release Date:

17 July 2003


Korean, English

Country of Origin

South Korea, USA

Box Office


$9,750,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$3,022 2 January 2005

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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