[Movie]A BITTERSWEET LIFE
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Lee Byung-Hun Shin Min-a Kim Yeong-cheol Kim Roi-ha Jeong-min Hwang Jin Goo Oh Dal-su Kim Hae-Gon
Outside Japan :Released:2005/04/01
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2009/01/30 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Bye-sama, choco daisy.
Hallyu film noir. A tremendous shooting game is seen.
It is a work betrayed in a good meaning to the last scene of sweet Yuruyur from a bitter sweet development that is not sweet, while feeling the sense of goodness translating "BITTERSWEET" as "sweet", not "bittersweet".
In the unfortunate story of Sonu (Lee Byung Hun) who is made to be bogged down because he did not report that there is a man of whom she likes, Hiss (Shin Mina) of the boss of the back society, Kang president (Kim Young Cheol) , I thought that love with Hiss is the main, little episode with her, it is just a violence movie that shoots a gun to destroy it for the sake of revenge that was bothered. Sonu near invulnerability has a lot of bloody images with a rather hard development that keeps fighting most of the showtimes with its superhuman power. There is no drama, just for violence, it is a work that selects a viewer.
Oshi is quite ambiguous and boring, but because of the nature of this work I do not care about such things anyway, indeed violence, if it can only enjoy actions it is fine.