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Tale of Cinema

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In a short film, Sangwon meets an old flame, and the two decide to commit suicide together. After watching the film, Dong Soo meets the same actress and portrays his ideal image of her and attempts to create the same memories shown in the film.

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Tale of Cinema (극장전 )

Alternate titles: 剧场前 Starring and
After Jeon Sangwon (Lee Ki Woo) runs into his ex-girlfriend Choi Young Sil (Uhm Ji Won), he contemplates rekindling their relationship while watching a local play, which perfectly encapsulates his eventual regret. Meanwhile, Kim Dong Soo (Kim Sang Kyung) fixates on an actress in a short film, and despite meeting her in real life, he can't help but project his fantasy of her. For these three characters, cinema is not only how they see the world, but also how they live it.

feature film - 89 Minutes | | 2005

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