The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Park Chul-soo directs a film about love, growing up, and a doubtful, to say the least, S. Korean law. However, there is no deep analysis, as the focus is on entertainment, rather than context with the steamy sex scenes take a large part of its duration
An unorthodox triangle of forbidden love, Korean style.
Punctuated by numerous graphic - and highly erotic - sex scenes, Green Chair is an unusual and ultimately convincing love story.
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