Ditto (2000)





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When high school student So-eun (Kim Ha-neul) accidentally becomes the owner of a ham radio, she begins an airwaves correspondence with In (Yoo Ji-tae), who attends the same high school. The two decide to arrange a meeting under a clock tower, but when they miss each other they realize that they exist 21 years apart: So-eun lives in a politically tumultuous 1979, while In, situated in 2000, is a member of the relatively worry-free Internet generation. Ditto was released in South Korea within a few months of Il Mare, another film to explore the themes of national identity and love across time. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx, Rovi
Art House & International , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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The is quite possibly one of the cutest love stories i've ever watched. and i cried. i haven't cried in a movie since watching The Dark Knight. This movie is so sweet and exellent. Well made, well paced, the works. If you loved the Lake House, this movie that based the well-loved american chick flick is very much right for you :). so great, so great. and the music is phenominal.

Jenny Nulf
Jenny Nulf

It's an interesting movie but it is really slow. I've seen the premise before in the American film The Lake House and I think it was pulled off a lot better in that movie than it was in this one. I didn't care for the music and some of the editing could have been a little better at giving the movie a better pace than what we got. The actors did a fine job but in the end I stopped caring about what happened to them when the story was finished. It just dragged too much.

Jason Spencer
Jason Spencer

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I did not expect this to be a tearjerker. However, by the end of the movie, I was reduced to tears and a complete wreck. It is so rare to see a love story that decides that there are things more important than romantic love. The self-sacrifice these characters put themselves through was emotionally devastating, and I'm glad I got to see it. The acting was superb, but the pacing nearly killed me. If I had to watch one more scene of my main female lead walking around sadly, I was liable to scream. I get it; she's sad. But I was already crying, you didn't need to make the scene that long. A beautfiul, if slow, movie.

Giffy Giffoniello
Giffy Giffoniello

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