Nae meorisokui jiwoogae (A Moment to Remember) (2004)
After their first accidental meeting, Su-jin and Chul Soo start dating each other despite their differences in social standing. Their relationship is filled with many trials that they must overcome.
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In many ways this film is a triumphant success. The acting is spot on, perfectly building the love between the two characters before having it all stripped away. It makes the process far more painful to watch. The characters also evolve at a respectable speed so that it is perfectly believable to see them change over the course of the film. It's very touching the first half before becoming a more sappy and preictable second half. A bit too melodramatic with voice overs reading out letters, people crying AND far too powerful music. At times it sounded like The Lion King. Still this is a perfectly wonderful weepy that has enough smiles, cries and other emotional moments to deserve a watch.More
This is a pretty good Korean drama from John H. Lee. He gives a completely deep drama about the relationship between married young couples after the wife got an Alzheimer... Two main actors, Woo-sung Jung and Ye-jin Son show great acting... Their act really natural, it just looks like it really happened on them... But one big problem for this movie is the story was pretty boring... Even I wanted to turn off this movie because I don't understand the movie... But overall, it a big thumbs up for the cast... They did a brilliant job in this movie, just need rework the screenplay I think...More
One of the most romantic yet sad movie ever. Beautiful story with great performance from Woo-sung Jung and the beautiful Ye-jin Son. This movie reminds us how precious life is and never to stop loving.More
Korean movie A Moment To Remember was just one emotional movie that showed how bad the disease Alzheimer could be in a persons life, specially if you get this when you are 27 years old. It showed, love.life, happiness, grief, and finally the fear for dead, all coming together in this magnificent production, with brilliant acting, especially by the 2 lead characters,beautiful cinematography, and a wonderful soundtrack. Alzheimer's disease is like how she expressed in the movie, An eraser in my head". You can't do anything against it, and your memories will all vanish, from the most recent to the oldest ones. You lose all knowledge, all identity, until you are nothing inside anymore.The movie was so realistic because it showed how much the people around her were hurting, and they could not blame it on her since it was not her fault.More
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