Based on 1278 votes and 7 reviews
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A very touching tribute to the value of unconditional love of a Grandmother
This film is a god send to be sure. I remember I rented it on Good Friday and woke up at 5am to see it. what an awesome experience. It is truly rivetting and beautiful in it`s glorious message. Like so many of the films from Asia recently, it has not by any means received the fame it deserves. I thank the Good God for this film.
It made me wish my own grandmother was still alive. How we do not treasure these old, tired women when they are alive.
I am so proud of this movie cause it reflects the grandmothers of Korea. This movie remind me my own grandmother. I like the director,Jung-Hyang Lee, who is the greatest Korean woman director. I hope I can see another her movie soon. :)
really good, great adaptation and story. good for anyone who is in the international films