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Read My Lips (할 수 있는 자가 구하라)

할 수 있는 자가 구하라 (Hal Soo Iss-neun Ja-ga Goo-ha-ra)

Directed by Yoon Seong-ho (윤성호)

Screenplay by

Comedy

Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
Jae-min, still getting over his ex-wife Ha-ra, is a talent agent who takes care of actors and actresses with personal issues. They wouldn't leave him alone and kept pushing him to find more auditions for them. At his birthday party, his family tries to give him advice in vein, and to make it worse, Hara phones him every once in a while and confuses him. To Jae-min, being heartbroken with the irrevocable memories of the old days with Hara, Ga-hwa is the only shelter, although the staff there are not any better. Each day of life is tough, But isn't it true that all the meaningless chat, bullshit and nonsense altogether form the universe? The universe is getting old since its birth 15 billion years ago. In this universe, we are probably each other's merciful purgatories.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Read My Lips" + Videos

    2014/11/07
    We open up with some extended bad poetry from Karl Marx. Either you're going to find that sentence inherently, weirdly compelling, or you're going to think it sounds really dumb. There's no middle ground here, and that alone is all the information you need to decide whether or not "Read My Lips" is worth watching. This is a film with exactly one joke- nearly every character thinks they're witty and smart, but in reality, they just like hearing themselves talk. And the longer they go on, the more incomprehensible the dialogue gets,...More

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Read My Lips" + Videos

    2014/11/07
    We open up with some extended bad poetry from Karl Marx. Either you're going to find that sentence inherently, weirdly compelling, or you're going to think it sounds really dumb. There's no middle ground here, and that alone is all the information you need to decide whether or not "Read My Lips" is worth watching. This is a film with exactly one joke- nearly every character thinks they're witty and smart, but in reality, they just like hearing themselves talk. And the longer they go on, the more incomprehensible the dialogue gets,...More

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 Produced by
 Park Nam-hee (박남희)
Production
Indiestory (인디스토리)
Distribution
Indiestory (인디스토리)
Staff
 Kwon Kwi-deok (권귀덕)
 Lighting/cinematography department
 Back Seung-kee (백승기)
 Subtitles department
 Seong Choong-kyeong (성충경)
 Subtitles department
Technical Information
 HD 16/9
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Airing dates : 2010/05/24

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