Too Beautiful to Lie

Too Beautiful to Lie

Even in this world of distrust, it would be difficult for any man to resist the charms and superb beauty that Yong-ju has in this romantic comedy. But despite her sweet appearance, she is actually an expert con artist. After being released from prison, she encounters her new victim on her way to Pusan on a train: an unsophisticated pharmacist named Hui-chol. First, he is severely beaten after being misunderstood that he sexually harassed her. After the brawl, he finds that his bag is switched with hers. When she visits his village to return the bag, she is misunderstood by his family to be his lover. From that moment, the real game begins as she pretends to be his fiancee, using all the tricks

Even in this world of distrust, it would be difficult for any man to resist the charms and superb beauty that Yong-ju has in this romantic comedy. But despite her sweet appearance, she is actually an expert con artist. After being released from prison, she encounters her new victim on her way to Pusan on a train: an unsophisticated pharmacist named Hui-chol. First, he is severely beaten after being misunderstood that he sexually harassed her. After the brawl, he finds that his bag is switched with hers. When she visits his village to return the bag, she is misunderstood by his family to be his lover. From that moment, the real game begins as she pretends to be his fiancee, using all the tricks . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mark M (br) wrote: Part comedy, part infomercial, part educational, and part reality"this is certainly worth watching.

Jordan J (gb) wrote: 5 stars is probably a bit high, but thinking about it after it was finished this really was one of the best documentaries i have had the pleasure of watching tied with if not better than the king of kong.as much as i tried i couldn't dislike a single person in it and it did play very much like an actual movie. this is a very well done documentary that hopefully gets recognized come awards season.

Lynn P (nl) wrote: hmmm... perhaps the blurriness of vision was intentional to make the meaning of this film as blurry. It held my attention in parts then I drifted off .. the cruelty of people ...and the waste of life for what is about the most of what I got from this film.

Jhaneb K (ca) wrote: This movie wasn't made for me

Velmina C (ag) wrote: I remember watching this with my brother, we loved it

Andrew M (jp) wrote: Doc Hollywood meanders through its 104 minute running time and disjointed narrative; fortunately, likeable performances and chemistry from Michael J Fox and Julie Warner and some strong jokes work in its favor.

Brenda M (mx) wrote: a good one.A nice trbute for Pasty Cline

Tristan P (de) wrote: It's quite ridiculous at times, but Christine manages to be somewhat entertaining with several fun scenes and good performances.

Little B (au) wrote: An hilarious comedy with a few strokes of genius where Allen never misses an opportunity to present his philosophy, even with the use of quotations from writers and philosophers.

Gary C (fr) wrote: The first half of this post war-time drama is a straight propaganda piece, filmed in newsreel style, showing how the plucky ladies and chaps of the OSS were trained to sock it to the dreaded hun. This has some value as a historical curio, but it hardly makes for gripping drama. Fortunately, half way through one of the operatives turns out to be a double agent, and Cagney himself parachutes into enemy territory to fulfil the mission. From here on in it becomes far more satisfying as Cagney comes into his own as his trademark no-nonsense tough guy and some atmospheric location based camera work nicely combines wartime bravado with some visuals and themes that would not look out of place in a film noir. Rather dated, but a solid thriller that's pretty much carried entirely by Cagney's charisma.

Andrew J (fr) wrote: And I thank you, Mister Graham Greene.

Angry P (ru) wrote: Though not 100% historically accurate, this film puts faces to the signatures at the bottom of "that little piece of paper" that kickstarted a certain world power.

Karen V (nl) wrote: I liked this movie very much. I thought Josh Hutcherson was great and really enjoyed his performance.