Boomerang Family (2013)

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3 old problematic sibling must living together with their elderly mother. They're not children anymore, so what will happen?


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  • Hae-il Park and Je-mun Yun in Boomerang Family (2013)
  • Hyo-Jin Kong in Boomerang Family (2013)
  • Yuh Jung Youn in Boomerang Family (2013)
  • Ji-hee Jin in Boomerang Family (2013)
  • Yuh Jung Youn, Hyo-Jin Kong, Hae-il Park, Je-mun Yun, and Ji-hee Jin in Boomerang Family (2013)

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23 September 2013 | ajit2106
7
| A dysfunctional family struggles to make the mark.......
Boomerang Family is a gentle film about family ties and of course reconciliation.

The film follows the daily life of a dysfunctional family as the three siblings move back in with their elderly mother. Some of them are carrying dark secrets that will see the light of day, and then the big question is, whether the family will stay together.

The title itself, Boomerang Family refers to the boomerang generation, a western concept of young adults who move back home to co-habitat with their parents with various level of dependency. The compassionate mother, despite her offspring antics, demonstrates a maternal dedication and you will be moved.

Boomerang Family starts promising when it introduces the various characters in the film. You will love the chemistry among the siblings and their invectives, screams & punches will make you laugh.

Towards the end, the film goes little off the rails but tries to wrap everything pleasantly which is corny. However, it has its moments and at the ends it describes the bond shared among the members of the family.

6.8/10...

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Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Drama

Details

Release Date:

9 May 2013

Language

Korean


Country of Origin

South Korea

Filming Locations

Seoul, South Korea

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$6,404,951

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