Sad Movie (2005)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Several couples struggle with their relationships

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  • Woo-sung Jung in Sad Movie (2005)
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  • Min-a Shin and Ki-woo Lee in Sad Movie (2005)
  • Woo-sung Jung, Jung-ah Yum, Tae-Hyun Cha, Min-a Shin, Soo-jung Lim, Ki-woo Lee, Tae-yeong Son, and Jin-gu Yeo in Sad Movie (2005)

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5 February 2006 | kityujonatha
9
| Quite a touching one indeed
Watching Sad Movie is a emotional rolling coaster journey. The first 2/3 part of the movie is in fact funny and witty. The character building is clever, i should say. Their relationship with their partners is convincing too.

The film actually is dealing with the theme of communication. The eight characters in the movie are more or less unable to communicate with their loved one. The honest and a bit stupid fireman, a jobless youngster, a mother and the deaf gal form four separate, yet related plot lines of the movie. The movie is moving along the plot line of how these characters's blocks of communication are being solved.

The development is smooth, full of witty moments, and plot lines help each other to maintain a overall light atmosphere of the first 2/3 of the movie.

But when the movie runs to the latter 1/3 part. it turns into a sad mood. It will definitely make you cry as i did. Although some twists may seem a bit over-sentimental, but it is still effective.It's like when you are questioning or even complaining it's too sentimental, you are crying indeed. A very funny cinematic experience.

Overall, it's one of the best Korean romance movie so far.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Drama | Romance

Details

Release Date:

21 October 2005

Language

Korean, Korean Sign Language


Country of Origin

South Korea

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$50,600 (Hong Kong) (17 February 2006)

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