My Beautiful Girl, Mari

2002, Fantasy/Animation, 1h 19m

6 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Two boys (Lee Byung-hun, Gong Hyung-jin) encounter a white-haired maiden when a lighthouse portal takes them to another world.

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  • Oct 24, 2009
    This Korean animation is a beautifully artistic film, that also contains a lot of heart. It perfectly captures the joys of childhood, from a reflective view of an adult. This makes for a sweet, but never patronising, view of the innocence of friendships from years gone by. The animation remains simple, perhaps too much so for some, but it keeps it's focus on the story and that's what counts.
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