[HanCinema's Film Review] "A Girl At My Door" 2014/05/17,
Police Chief Yeong-nam (played by Bae Doona) has been transferred out of her comfortable city life to a rural job in the middle of nowhere. Her new livelihood is less than exciting. A memorable scene details a trip to the grocery store where Yeong-nam tries to wring what feeble entertainment she can out of this miserable nowhere town. Yeong-nam's boredom comes to an end when she meets Do-hee (played by Kim Sae-ron), a girl who's having a much worse time of it than Yeong-nam is.
There's a very unnerving quality to Kim Sae-ron's performance here. She's legitimately totally unbalanced, yet at the same time gives a very deliberate portrayal of a girl who really just wants to be loved, and since Do-hee has no coherent sense of personal boundaries, she's often desperate and clingy,...More
[HanCinema's Film News] New Korean Films Inbound... 2014/05/17, K-Films Coming Soon:
★★★★★ "One on One": After a female high school student is brutally murdered, seven members from the terror 'Shadow' group enact their own violent brand of justice. (05/22)
★★★★ "Mizo": After being abandoned by her parents and sexually abused by her fosters, Mizo sets out to track down herbiological father with revengeful intent. (05/22)
★★★★ "A Girl at My Door": A little girl is a victim of family violence and gets support from her step-father and the chief of police, but she's also holding back a secret that may change everything. (05/22),...More
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