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Grass is a movie starring Min-hee Kim, Joobong Kee, and Jae-hong Ahn. In a small Café, Min-hee Kim plays a guest who prefers to observe but not interact with the other guests herself.

Sang-soo Hong
Min-hee Kim, Jin-young Jung, Jae-hong Ahn, Joobong Kee

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Genres Drama
Director Sang-soo Hong
Writer Sang-soo Hong
Stars Min-hee Kim, Jin-young Jung, Jae-hong Ahn, Joobong Kee
Country South Korea
Also Known As Pul-ip-deul, Trawa, 草の葉
Runtime 1 h 6 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 In a small Café, Min-hee Kim plays a guest who prefers to observe but not interact with the other guests herself.

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Monday, 17 Aug 2020 14:23

This is my first review on IMDb, so I want to say that I am pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this movie. The plot is simple: a girl goes to live with her parents. She makes a connection with her father, and her mother sends her off with her sister, even though she has never been back to the house. To fill in the time, the sister does chores, and does some fishing for some food. However, the sister was always a bit of a rebel. She only liked to do chores, but did not like to be home too much. She would not wear her clothes (except for her niqab). She would not have any interaction with her mother. But she loved her father, and even though her sister could not understand what she did to her dad, the sister did not like to tell her that. I thought this was a little different. Maybe that was part of the reason that I liked this movie so much. But the movie was also good for a first time viewer. If you have not seen the movie, then I would not recommend it. However, if you have, then I think you would find this movie to be entertaining. All the acting was very good, especially Rachel's acting. There were times that I wanted to throw popcorn at her face, and I was laughing quite a few times. However, even with all the good acting, the story could have been better. There was a lot of awkward moments in the movie, and I think that they could have gone deeper into the relationship between Rachel and her father, and the life that Rachel lived in the apartment with her parents. I think that Rachel is an interesting character, because she is a lonely girl. She is very independent and was not liked by her parents. And she wants to leave the neighborhood, but her parents are not satisfied with her behavior. I thought that the idea of the movie was to show that people can be lonely and still have relationships, even if they are not good at it. I think the movie was a good idea, but could have been better. Overall, I recommend this movie, but I will not be buying the DVD. It is an interesting movie, but I thought the story could have been better. Rachel was a good actress, but her acting could have been better. I would recommend this movie, but not to everyone. But if you are looking for a good movie to watch with your family, I think this is one you should give a chance.
Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 01:56

Most movies featuring gay men will tell you that they are good guys. Not every gay man is willing to come out. Many of them aren't interested in doing it. A few of them are open about it but all have problems dealing with it. That was the problem with "Grass" and other gay films. None of them had any clue as to what gay life is like. The main character, Laurence, had to fight his parents to come out. He took on a job in the warehouse where he met the main character, Philippe. The two of them ended up becoming friends. Laurence had to fight his parents and make a couple of friends. He was very awkward in social situations. Philippe was much more awkward in social situations. They became good friends. They had a lot of problems together. Laurence's mother hated Philippe. Philippe's father was into his ex-wife and her sister. Both of them have sex with the same girl. Philippe was incredibly awkward in social situations. Philippe's mother liked him but his father didn't. One of the main themes in the film is the nature of the gay male. The main character, Laurence, is so very afraid of being different. He is the typical guy that everyone would want. He doesn't want to admit that he is gay but he wants to be a good guy. Philippe, on the other hand, is an interesting guy. He isn't afraid of being gay, but he hates how much it hurts him to be gay. He hates people that are different and he hates the pain that it causes him. He is extremely different from Laurence. It is sort of a competition between the two men. Philippe is more like a regular guy. He is more simple-minded than Laurence. They both like to go out and do the same things. They both talk about their life, how they love and how they hate. It's interesting to see how this story ends. They both have their own problems. They have to face it head on. It is a very interesting movie. It is a very interesting movie that I would recommend to anyone.
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 08:03

A decent but uninspired picture. The film mainly focuses on the life of the band and their manager. It does a good job of bringing us closer to the band. However, when the film tries to tackle the actual subject of the band, the story falls flat. The subject of the drug use, the drug problems, the loss of faith, and a number of other issues is totally ignored. The drug use is not touched on much at all and is the only thing that is brought up at all. It just didn't seem necessary for the film to focus on the band's drug problems. The movie is not an indictment of the drug use in the band, but rather one of its consequences. The scene with the "drug" is not mentioned once and is presented very bland. It doesn't touch on it's main point, that drugs are bad. It just says "drugs are bad", as if the drug problem was the main thing that was brought up in the movie. The band suffers from a drug problem, and yet the movie doesn't really discuss it's effects. The band is definitely not portrayed as drug addicts. They are just plain unlucky people. The film tries to move into another area and in doing so, tries to tackle the drug problem but fails miserably. The movie is just really bland and it shows. The main character, Ben, is supposed to be the character that the film focuses on, and yet he is a pretty average looking character and his acting is nothing special. You would expect that if the movie was about the band, it would be better. The camera work is good but I really have no idea why it is considered a documentary. The movie has an interesting theme that could have been explored, but it is handled so poorly and it ends up as a monotonous monotone movie that was devoid of any emotion. A lot of the negative elements of the film, like the plot and lack of the drama, I found to be rather obvious. The film is bland and mediocre. It was so bad, I can't even rate it. It was boring and made me feel uninspired.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 04:12

Barry Sonnenfeld's "The Grasslands" is a dark, tense film with a surreal style that is both beautiful and haunting. Sonnenfeld's story is based on the true events that took place in the countryside of Northern Argentina during the Pinochet dictatorship in the 1970s. Sonnenfeld's camera work and editing creates a series of images that are hard to look at and even harder to believe, like when a man is drenched in oil and his hair and body turn yellow. This is one of the reasons that makes "The Grasslands" so disturbing. Sonnenfeld doesn't leave any of the characters in a sense of doubt about their fates. Sonnenfeld uses his camera to depict the world and the people that inhabit it in a cold, dreary, and yet strangely fascinating way. Sonnenfeld's score, produced by Ennio Morricone, creates a cold and haunting music. The music is almost always dark and has a certain strangeness that is hard to escape. The acting in "The Grasslands" is also stunning. I think this film belongs to the kind of movies that depict the whole of the country, but can be enjoyed by any age. Sonnenfeld also portrays a lot of other country areas. He sometimes becomes very sentimental, like in one scene where a boy's mother watches a ball game in which the players are chanting a song that represents love and loyalty. Sonnenfeld also portrays the World War II era in a very moving way. One of the things that makes Sonnenfeld's "The Grasslands" so special is the fact that Sonnenfeld didn't use a lot of the techniques of film making. Sonnenfeld's style is almost entirely documentary and although many people might complain about the documentary element, it actually works very well in this film. Sonnenfeld's point of view shows that the Pinochet dictatorship was not just a repressive dictatorship. It was also a dictatorship that, for the most part, has never left anyone untouched. Sonnenfeld makes the audience feel for these characters. He takes their loneliness and fear and shows them the world that is no longer there. Sonnenfeld's music and the use of slow motion and music in general have a very haunting effect on the viewer and show the horror and sorrow of the Pinochet dictatorship. Sonnenfeld also uses a lot of short shots to depict the strangeness of the real world and the characters. Sonnenfeld shows that life in the countryside was filled with more than just normalcy. Even though the Pinochet dictatorship was a repressive dictatorship, there was no clear line between good and bad. The people were both innocent and depraved and Sonnenfeld gives us a clear understanding of what Pinochet's dictatorship was like. Sonnenfeld's use of sound also creates a certain mood of loneliness and isolation. Sonnenfeld uses music to depict the music of the band Kid Bahar. The music in "The Grasslands" is haunting and makes it difficult to look at. Sonnenfeld's use of sound and the fact that he uses music makes the audience feel like they are standing in the place of those that Sonnenfeld sees. Sonnenfeld also uses his style of editing. The film ends with a scene that is a little strange, but also kind of satisfying and gives the viewer a sense of closure. Sonnenfeld's use of editing is one of the reasons why "The Grasslands" is so interesting

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