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아이엔지 [videorecording] = ...ing / 감독, 이언희.
Aienji [videorecording] = --ing / kamdok, Yi Ŏn-hŭi
[Seoul] : Tŏksŭn Midiŏ, 2008.
[Seoul] : 덕슨미디어, 2008.
2 videodiscs (210 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Mothers and daughters
Im, Su-jŏng, 1980-
Yi, Mi-suk, 1960 April 20-
이미숙, 1960 April 20-
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"When her single mother wants to give Min-a a peck on the cheek, she says "you need a boyfriend." She drinks beer, sometimes has a smoke and enjoys rock, but she is a good girl. Rather, she is romantic, dreaming of a love that surpasses all restrictions and boundaries. One day, Yeong-jae, a college student studying photography moves to the house next door. Yeong-jae fervently pursues her love, saying that he must have fallen in love with her at first sight. He takes pictures of her, comes to pick her up at school and gives her his turtle. Min-a is not all displeased. Even her mother, who sometimes shares a can of beer with her, urges her to date him, but Min-a is a bit confused. Could Yeong-jae be really serious about her? Would this be the eternal love she had been dreaming of for so long?"--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2003.
Special feature (not subtitled) include two commentary tracks by director and crew, TV documentary, making-of footage, about Im Su-jeong, deleted scenes with commentary, interviews, gallery, music video, trailer.
Chejak, Hwang P'il-sŏn ; kakpon, Kim Chin.
제작, 황필선; 각본, 김진.
12-se iyong ka.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; Anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1; Dolby digital surround 5.1; Dual layer.
Im Su-jŏng, Kim Nae-wŏn, Yi Mi-suk.
임수정, 김래원, 이미숙.
In Korean with optional subtitles in English and Korean.
Gift; Korean Film Council; 2010.
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