IL Mare 2001 (Korean Movie) DVD Jeon Ji Hyun, Lee Jung Jae  with English Subitles (Region 3) 觸不到的戀人
IL Mare 2001 (Korean Movie) DVD Jeon Ji Hyun, Lee Jung Jae  with English Subitles (Region 3) 觸不到的戀人
IL Mare 2001 (Korean Movie) DVD Jeon Ji Hyun, Lee Jung Jae  with English Subitles (Region 3) 觸不到的戀人

IL Mare 2001 (Korean Movie) DVD Jeon Ji Hyun, Lee Jung Jae with English Subitles (Region 3) 觸不到的戀人

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IL Mare 2001 (Korean Movie) DVD Jeon Ji Hyun, Lee Jung Jae with English Subitles (Region 3) 觸不到的戀人  (non USA region)

Cast : Lee Jung Jae李政升, Jeon Ji Hyun全知賢
Director : Lee Hyun Seung
Language: Korean
Subtitles : English,Traditional Chinese
Duration : 96 mins
Disc Format : DVD9 
System :  NTSC 
Sound System : Dolby Digital 5.1  
Screen Format : DTS Letterbox 
Release Date : 2001-12-27

Il Mare is a 2000 South Korean film, starring Jun Ji-Hyun and Lee Jung-Jae, and directed by Lee Hyun seung. The title, Il Mare, means "The Sea" in Italian, and is the name of the seaside house which is the setting of the story. The two protagonists both live there two years apart in time, but are able to communicate through a mysterious mailbox.

The film was remade by Warner Brothers in 2006 as The Lake House starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock.

 

Synposis :

"IL Mare" is the name of a seafront house where two lovers reside in at two diferent times. Sung-hyun in 1997 receives a strange letter one-day, reminding him to be careful of the snowstorm in 1998. But it is posted in 1999. Time travels backward again when Eun-joo sends him a letter of request, asking him to look for her lost cassette recorder at the train station where Sung-hyun finally gets a glimpse of her. Pusan International Film Festival 2001. 


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