Its like i saved up all of my tears to let it out for this movie All the actors did an amazing job love the inmates , but the father-daughter pair really deserved all the awards, especially Ryu Seung Ryong, he is so versatile as an actor! Undoubtfuly 'Miracle in Cell No. This dude has got some real acting chops. After a brief introduction, his criminal record is read out loud by his new roommates, which proceed to anger them fairly quickly. Seriously, thanks for such an eloquent review. The acting of the small girl and father was simply mind blowing. It was really sad and unfair how he died. And also cried a bucket of tears.
This movie is in many ways good but i personally don't think it was great yeah sure the strong familial bond is deeply touching but in many ways i thought the movie is absurd of-course i have no idea about prisons in Korea it made my cry, it made my laugh, it made me feel but not in a way deep enough This movie was corny, with a few pieces of fairly unbelievable plot etc etc. Discaimer: Putlocker is a legal Website which indexes and Embeds links to external sites such as Putlocker, SockShare, Thevideo, Idowatch, Netu. Because when he was trying to do artificial respiration, someone illusion that he was trying tiss her and sexual assault. Imprisoned for murder, he became friendly with the criminals in room 7, and they help him see his daughter again by sneaking her in. So, overall plot of those two movies are almost same. However, she didn't give me the 'feels' the way I felt with Ryu Seung-yong and the talented girl, Kal So-won.
Through trial and error, the inmates worked together, came up with a theory, and wrote a statement about the incident. A place so feared and somber, is in fact where most of the comedy takes place. It's quite ridiculous but the earnest performances are so good, you will easily overlook the preposterous setups and some of the situations are ingeniously funny. Well at first, I was not really interested about it. Was this actually an admission of guilt? So, although this movie is totally fiction and comedy, it gives us some chance to think about the problem after laughing and sobbing. Imprisonment and sentencing death to innocent man is very common especially those who are poor and who cannot afford are the main victims of these.
I think Young-gu is afraid that his daughter is going to get hurt so he tells the secretary that he actually raped the girl. It's a good movie but nothing amazing to the point I am not shocked why it was such a big hit in Korea or anything like that. I cried buckets, surrounded by people, many of whom had already seen the film, who were also crying. I was just too sad to explain. Also powerful performances from Ryoo Seung-Ryong and Kal So-Won have supported filmmaker to create that purpose.
When I do, it's getting a little bit of a blurry eye, not having tears running down my face. But for whatever reason, we have to assume that the code of law was easy to manipulate before the year of our lord 2013, even if the injustice of it all is rage-inducing. This movie makes me to realize that the police can sometimes be wrong and they can also be selfish. My mom asked me to drop by in her house for a movie bonding session with my sisters. The room 7 people group up and wish happy birthday to Ye-sung. Sometimes things are more delightful when it's not complicated, as long as we know to appreciate and cherish all that we have. Brilliant acting from Ryu Seung-Ryong, great scenario, really heartwarming camaraderie among the inmates.
None the less, to say that a movie is the best of Korean movies is like saying it is the best of the best. I watched it last year on a flight from Korea. Recently, I was browsing my news feed at Facebook, then some of the statuses I am reading are talking about this certain Korean movie. And I can think of no better reason to go to the movies than that. A rare gem that will truly make you laugh and cry before making you do it all over again backward and six times over.
Killing people who kill just makes us the killers. I don't know if Korean producers of this movie actually intended or bought the scenario from Hollywood. There weren't plot holes, the whole movie itself is a plot hole. Third: The standard happy ending. Expected nothing, then wham, I got to cry a bit, very nice experience. Awaiting the trial, he is assigned Cell no.
They help Yong-gu rehearse his trial. The movie shows us that you can be someone as high up as a Police Commissioner, but a disgusting personality. Also I had interesting time to compare those two movies. The movie will let you laugh, cry and realize the reality in our society. I want to research about death penalty because I think it is unreasonable. Years after Yong-gu's execution, Ye-seung, who has been formally adopted by Min-hwan, has become a lawyer.
When we were first bought into the prison they had us all strip down in front of each other, it so totally embarrassing, getting completely nude in front of all these strangers, where it felt like all their eyes were boring into each part of my body. Later on while watching, we find out the chief in the prison where her father was held found out that the daughter of the commissioner died not because of murder. Just as they were done counting their money, another father purchased the bag before their very eyes. And I actually still crying right now. But when we watched this movie, she was bawling and I saw this an opportunity to tease her but I only ended up crying harder than she was.
Story line is simple; even a child can understand what's going on. Kal So Won is amazing. This movie made me cry and all, but had many things that bothered me. Yong-gu tried to save her but an elderly mistakenly thought he is raping the kid. Madhavan Manu reprise their roles from the original.