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Geu-hu is a movie starring Yunhee Cho, Ki Joabang, and Taeu Kang. The married Bongwan leaves home in the dark morning and sets off to work. The memories of the woman who left weigh down on him. That day Bongwan's wife finds a love...

Genres
Drama, Romance
Director
Sang-soo Hong
Starring
Yunhee Cho, Taeu Kang, Ki Joabang, Min-hee Kim

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Product details

Genres Drama, Romance
Director Sang-soo Hong
Writer Sang-soo Hong
Stars Yunhee Cho, Taeu Kang, Ki Joabang, Min-hee Kim
Country South Korea
Also Known As Η Επόμενη Μέρα μιας Σχέσης, Sorekara, Le Jour d'après, O Dia Depois, El día después, The Day After, Dzień po, O Dia Seguinte, その後
Runtime 1 h 32 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Bongwan, who runs a small publishing house in Seoul, wakes up early, very early this morning. Why is that so? To his wife who asks him for an explanation, Bongwan answers only elusively. He then sets off for work and while walking through the dark streets, he thinks of the woman who left him a month before. Later on, at the office, he meets Areum, his new secretary, a pretty young woman who takes on her first day of work. Meanwhile, at home, Bongwan's wife discovers a love poem written by him. She sees red and rushes like a fury into the publishing office. Mistaking poor Areum for her husband's mistress, she physically attacks her.

Top reviews

Friday, 09 Oct 2020 12:08

Like many, I've never seen the whole film, but as it's one of the few Hollywood films to have been censored by the government I thought it would be a good thing to see what I was missing out on. I have to say, it's quite refreshing to see that there are movies that have been censored in a way that doesn't let you down, while at the same time, the censorship does let you breathe and you can enjoy the film without getting all hyper-critical. Yes, there are some uncensored scenes and moments of the film that should have been cut. What I liked about the film is the fact that while the film was certainly not without its flaws, it was also not without its moments of true artistic greatness. I am a big fan of Robert Altman, and this is no exception. His films are not always films that I'll go to see when they're released on DVD, but I enjoy them greatly, especially his earlier films. Even though I don't agree with his political stance on censorship and censorship in general, I do believe that he does a good job of showing the difference between films and documentaries. This is a film that is not to be taken too seriously, but it is extremely entertaining and you will most likely not be able to look at it the same way you did when you saw the film on the big screen. The characters were really memorable and the acting was great, especially by Jim Sturgess. As for the politics, I have to say that this film is far more political than most people realize. It isn't that I don't believe in political censorship, but it is that I do believe that those who feel that way need to step back and think about the situation they're in. As for the political statements, they are definitely here and there, but I think they were very necessary to make the film a little more realistic. If you do have questions about the political side of this film, I would suggest going back and watching the film again before you write a review about it. That way, you can look at what you're missing out on and understand what was important to the film. The acting is really great, especially by Jim Sturgess, who I think really carried this film. The production is just great. The costumes and sets are all really well done. As for the directing, I thought it was excellent. I loved the way that Altman was able to use the music of the film to show what was going on. He was able to use some beautiful music to express the situations in the film. The direction is just a really well done job, and I think that is the main reason why this film is so well done. The characters are really well drawn, and the script was pretty good. I think that the film is underrated because the story is not as good as other films that come out of Hollywood. Yes, I know that it's not as good as Citizen Kane, but it is far more better than many other films that are out there, and it deserves to be seen more than it's usually given credit for. For those who have seen it, I think you'll agree that this is a film that deserves a higher rating than it's getting. I recommend that you go out and see it, but if you're not sure about seeing it, do not hesitate and see it, you'll not be disappointed.
Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020 01:40

Liu Yun-Chieh is a promising actress, having been part of the "Black Fox" student union in Hong Kong. She had studied for the role of Miss Yih Kia in a competition for actress in a television drama. She plays that role with relish. It is difficult to imagine that she has been involved in this project since the first time it was announced, and it is even more difficult to imagine that she has never made another film. The movie is set in the early 1900s and focuses on the life of a teenage girl named Yih Kia, a revolutionary Chinese woman who defied the traditional values of her society. Her story is told from a young girl's perspective. The film begins with the birth of Yih Kia and the time that she spent at the homestead of her family. The scene transitions to the time that she is arrested and sent to the convent of the "Black Fox" student union, where her life is taken away from her. The three young sisters of the girl have no idea of the effect of their sister's imprisonment on Yih Kia, or how her story has affected her. The movie is beautifully filmed. The main character, Yih Kia, is beautiful and, above all, a sympathetic character. She is honest and, above all, strong. I was deeply moved by her story. The movie's message is simple and meaningful, but hard to accept for those who are not familiar with Chinese culture. We do not need to understand Chinese customs to enjoy this movie, but it would be nice if we could appreciate the uniqueness of this movie as an international film and not just a Chinese movie. It is a well-made movie, not quite perfect, but nevertheless a great piece of art. I wish that more of the Chinese movies would be as good as this.


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