After losing both her parents, Failan emmigrates to Korea to seek her only remaining relatives. Once she reaches Korea, she finds out that her relatives have moved to Canada well over a year ago. Desperate to stay and make a living in Korea, Failan is forced to have an arranged marriage through a match-making agency.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:115 minutes
  • Release:2001
  • Language:Korean,Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   based on novel,   snow,  

After losing both her parents, Failan (Cecilia Cheung) emmigrates to Korea to seek her only remaining relatives. Once she reaches Korea, she finds out that her relatives have moved to ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Neil D (es) wrote: Monster Pies is very melodramatic. It is very awkward. It is very clichd. It is very much these things... for all the right reasons.I'm not sure what audiences who were disappointed by this indie film expected, because the aforementioned elements + excellent writing are what helped make Monster Pies (punintentional of course) a genuinely moving story about a developing romance between two high school guys.Lucas Linehan delivers a praise-worthy performance as he successfully captures the utterly troubling background of his sensitive character, Will, demonstrating realistic moments of affection, frustration and sadness. And Tristan Barr especially shapes his character, Mike, as the socially awkward teenager who is also caring and just as sensitive, and while at first glance Barr's acting may not seem like that great, the oddball qualities of the character and maybe even the actor himself make Mike exactly what he was supposed to be, therefore being subtly and consistently heartwarming. Mike and Will make a lovely on-screen couple, without using graphic sexual representation to prove it. This could have however gone either way, really, as the film's drama eventually leaves the safe zone, which is to be expected or there would be little plot. What happens is for you to see, but the way the drama is handled until the very end is truly remarkable and even surprisingly clever, with help from some of the supporting characters. The film seems to take place in the late-90s, being only implied with the use of VHS tapes and old landline and pay phones in a small town, with Will's camera being the leading clue as it shows support for SD cards (which if you research them you will find they were first introduced in 1999). It may seem like an odd choice, as the film doesn't focus so much on the taboo of sexuality of the time, but it actually makes the plot more relevant, with film itself being a recurring theme, and allowing for numerous old pop culture references for humor. The older technology thus influences more instances of direct communication between characters, making Mike and Will's love for each other even more genuine. The only downside of this idea, however, is the slight disillusionment of this retrograde era when 21st century cars can be seen driving by. Easy to forgive though, especially since this is an indie film with a small budget. Plus given the small crew and the director who also wrote and edited the film, the end product turned out rather well, with beautiful cinematography and quick cuts that symbolize the awkward moments felt by the characters, which reminded me of a similar editing style in the adaptation of A Single Man (2009). The soundtrack for the film isn't quite original, but the compilation of classical songs and contemporary pop music serve their purposes respectfully.While perhaps not breaking new ground in queer cinema, Monster Pies nonetheless lives up to its title thanks to assured direction and screenwriting by Lee Galea, while the exposure of Linehan and Barr as new actors are justified with great performances, making the film a worthy addition to queer-themed romance drama.

Kristina K (br) wrote: What a bummer. The movie sucked terribly. Awful scenario and acting too.

Eric H (de) wrote: I thought this was an interesting little drama with a balanced mix of pathos and humour.As to the strength of the film, it's the writing and dialog. It is an expertly crafted film and it was nice to see an adult animated movie instead of the usual kiddie fare. The film never shies away from the depressing aspects of institutional living and the characters seemed very real. This makes for a very good film but also for a super- depressing one. But the combination of seriousness with an almost childish innocence gives this film a special tone, being one of those films that one enjoys to watch, but that make you think and meditate and the same time. "Wrinkles" is a solid animated movie, which deserves way more recognition. Along with "Persepolis" it is one of the best animated adaptations of a graphic novel, examining the problems of the elderly in modern society from a mature and honest perspective.

Jake N (de) wrote: Although its very confusing and puzzle like, Eden Log has a great main character and a better concept, more than half the fun is figuring out whats going on for your self, I loved the whole ride, and it would be a shame for anybody not to see it.

Mark K (es) wrote: Surprisingly watchable and unique. With a bigger budget and better performances there could be something truly impressive here.

Ro D (us) wrote: nice movie i really like it, is a nice tribute to family and art

Mikey Z (us) wrote: Time to make a newer curling movie.

Ben H (nl) wrote: This movie is really twisited

M Jules G (de) wrote: Life is like a roller coaster.

Adam S (jp) wrote: An all-star Western adventure, "Silverado" drags on a little bit past it's used by date, but begins and ends well.With a cast that includes Kevin Kline, Scott Glen, Kevin Costner and Danny Glover, with a supporting cast including Rosanna Arquette, John Cleese, Jeff Goldblum, Linda Hunt and Brian Denehhey, you get the brilliant performances that you'd expect.Coming into this film, one of the few aspects I'd heard about was the breakout performance by a young Kevin Costner, and while he was impressive, I was more impressed by Scott Glenn as Coster's elder brother. Glenn exhibits almost an Eastwood level of coolness and badass rolled into one.The middle section, where Kline works for Hunt in a saloon for most of the scenes, stretched on a little bit, perhaps too long for the amount of character developement that actually happened. But earlier scenes, such as the ones spent avoiding John Cleese, and the final climax, is good enough to make you forget that middle section.Overall, a decent Western.

Patti H (us) wrote: story is horrible effects are horrible the worst movie in the franchise.

Daniel C (kr) wrote: Brutal and disturbing, but also totally immersive.

Leena L (gb) wrote: "Take Hitler and stick him on the funny page". Who knew people could talk so fast..... Cary Grant always does but the others too..... All well in the end, even with honeymoon in Albany.

Andrey B (de) wrote: Beautiful animated film, one of the Disney's all time best.