This has to be one of my favorites in this genre and in Korean film. To use a line (translated/from subtitle) in this movie you are like the star, and she is the rain. You burn brightly, but she gives me comfort.
No innovation can be seen from this movie, and acting is good so is the cinematography. But what it does is give comfort for having characters that are relatably realistic, their hardships make sense so you understand how their decisions come to be.
I recommend this movie for anyone looking for comfort, nostalgia and simpler times. This is worth watching for that alone.
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This is a story about waiting." Young-ho (Kang Ha-neul), who was living a boring life without any clear dreams or goals while studying for the university entrance exam for the third year in a row, is reminded of a cherished friend from his childhood and decides to write her a letter. So-hee (Chun Woo-hee), who hasn't found her own dream, runs a bookstore with her mother. One day, she receives a letter from Young-ho that had arrived for her sister So-yeon who is extremely ill and in the hospital. So-hee replies to Young-ho on behalf of her sick older sister, and the two continue to correspond through letters.
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December 04, 2022 at 01:58 AM