Starring: Jung Woo Sung as Yeon Seok Won, Kim Ha Neul as Kim Jin Young, Ohn Joo Wan as Dong Gun, Im Ju Eun as Bo Young, and Choi Hyun Joon as Yeon Dong Woon
Rating: PG-13, subject matter
Running Time: 106 min
Twinkies: 4 stars
Synopsis: A mysterious woman named Jin-Young enters the life of Seok-Won, a lawyer who has lost his memory. As their relationship develops, secrets embedded in his memories slowly surface. Without knowing about his past, he falls in love with Jin-Young. And then his lost memory from the past 10 years begins to slowly come back.
Musings: I see now why my good friend told me to hold off in watching this movie so soon after my sister’s death. What a well written story! What an incredibly sad and well written story.
This movie does a great job in showing lost and sadness within the guise of lost memories after an accident. I must admit that when Jung Woo Sung as Seok Won cried, I had to mute the movie; otherwise, I would have collapsed into uncontrollable sobbing. In addition to Jung Woo Sung, Kim Ha Neul as Jin Young was amazing! As the wife long forgotten after an accident, she portrayed a woman in love with her husband and willing to wait as his hurtful memories returned; little by little.
This was a well acted movie but my recommendation comes with a warning. Parts is very sad but having experienced sadness recently in my life, it truly was a healing moment at the end as all comes full circle. Well acted, great movie.
Trailer is available on on YouTube Website only. The movie is available on various streaming websites.
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