Addicted (2002)

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Park Yeong-hun's Jungdok (Addicted) stars Lee Byeong-heon as man who may be possessed by his brother. Ho-jin (Lee Eul and Dae-jin (Byeong-heon) are brothers who are so close that Dae-jin continues to live with Ho-jin even after Ho-jin marries Han Eun-su (Lee Mi-yeon). Both brothers are involved in terrible auto accidents. When Dae-jin wakes out of his coma a few years later, he claims to be his brother. Eun-su does not believe Dae-jin, until he reveals a piece of information that only Ho-jin would have known. They eventually begin a relationship together.

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All Critics (2)

Park focuses on the interaction between the two protagonists, although Eun-soo's dilemma and general feelings have a more central place than Dae-jin's. This tactic benefits the most by Lee Byung-hun and Lee Mi-yeon's great chemistry

Dec 16, 2018 | Full Review…

Cuidadosamente construído e com belíssimas atuações, o filme funciona tanto como romance sobrenatural quanto como tragédia.

Mar 25, 2006 | Rating: 4/5

Audience Reviews for Addicted

Very nice movie. Well written. Beautiful. Great actors. Rather slow paced, but kept me wondering what was to come next...complete with unexpected twists This movie has one of the most tender, and erotic, lovemaking scenes that I can remember ever seeing on film.

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

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½

Very similar to the fantastic film Birth. Like Birth it's sweet, it's creepy, it's emotionally complex. Unlike Birth however the end seems almost unsatisfying. It's a nice slow film that doesn't exploit it's premise for the sake of cheap thrills.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

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