16 June 2020 | GoodBailey11
Of Computers and Sunsets
Much like the treatment, I feel like this film can be shorter but that's not saying I won't see it anymore if it's any longer haha. Watching it was such a treat that I paused midway to check how much time was left and I was really excited to know there was an hour more. However, that changed when the film was still stuck at the same narrative without intent of bringing anything new. It could have been really great but the story did not improve with exception on Yoon and Je's friendship. Coming into Heart Attack without an idea of the plot, perhaps I expected this to be a cheesy or tear-jerking romance so I feel slightly robbed. (I just wanna be mushy tonight haha) Nevertheless, it was a new experience to get a glimpse of the life of freelancers and agencies. I always wanted to be like them when I was a child but I also knew how taxing their careers are. Glad to see them represented here along with the whole workforce that's basically moving the world. It's sad and enraging how work conditions are still worsening despite our modern times. We're struggling to separate work from our worth so we always compensate by doing more than necessary. Still a painful reality that we need to outgrow because we all have only one life to live and to enjoy. Let's see sunsets as much as we can!