However, he's not particularly thrilled by this turn of affairs and wishes to escape his curse. The series traces his efforts to (A) track down the founder; (B) keep from hurting innocent lives due to his misanthropy; and (C) stay one step ahead of folks who wish to kill him due to his werewolf nature.
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You'll have to enter your Parental PIN to watch this. The South Korean feature (a smash on home turf) is a chaste young-adult romance that bites into supernatural melodrama, science fiction and political conspiracy theories.
At once earnest, silly, sprightly and dark, this is a beauty-and-the-beast tale in which the beast cleans up nicely and has a pure heart to match his misanthropic tendencies. With more sweetness than depth, heartthrob Song Jong-il plays the feral boy, who proves to be a kindred spirit to a friendless 19-year-old girl (a more layered performance by Park Young).
Their star-crossed saga is framed as a memory piece, with the elderly Sun (Li Young-lan) returning to the country house where she met the mysterious boy 47 years earlier. The movie has been a huge box-office success by drawing audiences totaling 6,600,000 people in less than two months.
The movie's lyrical atmosphere and the performance of the stars caught audiences’ eyes. The movie starts with a flashback told by a grandmother, Sun.
When a girl, Sun, lived in an isolated mountain village for her recuperation in 1965. At first, Sun and can't get used to his strange behavior such as eating food with his hands ravenously.
They grow fond of him gradually, so they named the boy Chums. With experts and old documents, Vitae found out that Chums was one of the abandoned children in the Korean War.
He is genetically modified by a scientist to make a more powerful soldier. After 47 years, when Sun visits the village to sell the house, she sees Chums again.
Plot : A mother moves with her older daughter (Park BO Young) and younger daughter (Kim Yang Hi) to a large home in the countryside. The older daughter suffers from a lung ailment and her doctor advised the family to move out into the countryside.
The home is provided by Vitae (Yew Leon Seek), the son of a business partner who worked with their deceased father. While the family gets acclimated to their new surroundings, the older daughter makes a remarkable discovery.
Within a locked room in the barn lives a wild boy (Song Suing I). The boy with little social skills begins to take an interest in the oldest daughter.
Keane : The extended/director’s cut stretches about 2 minutes longer than its theatrical version, however I find those two to three extra segments and hype of an alternate ending show a better transition between scenes. Because it still fascinates me how switching actress partners catalyze Song Suing I’s devoting emotions at different rates for either endings.
The original ending played by veteran actress Lee Young LAN seems less emotional due in part by Ms Lee’s performance and another part by the lighting setup (being too bright) kept Ms Lee aesthetically pleasing for the audience in turn lose the rightful element of mood (which suppose to be utterly depressive alike BY’s alternate ending). Ms Lee didn’t make wolf boy, Mr Song, shower emotional attachment on screen as well as her young self, in Miss Park.
Henceforth, I’m pretty glad the director made an extended version. And, well, the CG isn’t all spectacular so thank goodness those were very short scenes which didn’t ruin my mood for the rest of this story.
Er, maybe his last movie should have been called Pinching 2 Cents because I’d like to pitch my 2 cents how that bombed. * shakes head * I don't know about you but I put his last movie in the recycle bin immediately after a useful power nap from the event to pay it forward.
(credit: )WELCOME BACK to the big time Park BO Young! I love her in Speedy Scandal (still on my reruns list) and also like her in the ESP Couple (oh rap, the story has a twist, and it’s a cute movie too).
I accidentally watched her in Don’t Click per JC’s request one night on box; he was too chicken for the finale, so I spoiled the ending (the only part I watched because I’m normally a scaredy-cat), and I don't know what truly came over me, but I reckon I was just too bored or crazy that night to assist him. =p After searching for material to draw up this post, I realize I’m jelly over BY’s hairstyle in this film because she totally knows how to rock those bangs.
I’m not gonna lie, this movie ruins me every single time. Well, I don’t know about you but I’d rather howl for a prequel in order to get an understanding how wolf boy came to be than watch another heartbreaking romance for a sequel.
It’s obliviously new to me how this Lyman masters eternal beauty alike Vampires. Source: AW, t, TKS, wiki ^ And, if you must know Song Jong-il’s last non-animated movie truly was then click here.
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