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(911) 6.8 66 min 2018

Grass is a movie starring Min-hee Kim, Joobong Kee, and Jae-hong Ahn. In a small Café, Min-hee Kim plays a guest who prefers to observe but not interact with the other guests herself.

Starring
Min-hee Kim, Jin-young Jung, Joobong Kee, Jae-hong Ahn
Genres
Drama
Director
Sang-soo Hong

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Sang-soo Hong
Writer Sang-soo Hong
Stars Min-hee Kim, Jin-young Jung, Joobong Kee, Jae-hong Ahn
Country South Korea
Also Known As Pul-ip-deul, Trawa, 草の葉
Runtime 1H 6M
Description In a small Café, Min-hee Kim plays a guest who prefers to observe but not interact with the other guests herself.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 14:01

There are so many reasons to love this film. Not only does it make me cry in every scene, it makes me wonder what's so difficult in life to those who live in this world. My mother passed away last year, and this film made me realize how hard it is to not be in her shoes. Not only is it a cry-a-long film, it also makes me think of my own mother. And she also passed away. That doesn't make me feel any less sad, but it does make me wonder if the people I love are as lucky as they think they are. And it makes me think about what I'm doing to achieve the things I'm striving for. I also really liked the casting of Kevin Bacon, who played Jim, Jim's father. I think he played his character very well. It was a great role for him. The only other actor I could see in that role was Matt Dillon. I think his character was a little one dimensional. He wasn't really Jim's father, and I think that was one of the problems I had with the film. I think the casting was a little one dimensional. I would've liked to see him play more of the role, instead of just playing a "good dad". I think it was a good job they did on the casting of Kevin Bacon, but I think they could've done a better job with Matt Dillon. I also liked the background music that was used. I think it was very fitting. There were a few times I felt like it was a little too loud, but I also think it was a good choice for the situation. Overall, I think the soundtrack was perfect. It really fit the movie. I give this film an 8/10.
Monday, 29 Jun 2020 21:10

Grass is the first film I have seen by director Christopher Hampton, who also wrote the screenplay. It was an unusual choice for a first film, because the premise of the film seemed to be the set up for another film, but the film as a whole is actually quite interesting. The film follows the lives of three separate families as they travel from one state to another. In the early scenes, the majority of the film is taken up with the relationship between the families, and in particular the relationship between the parents. These are played against each other, but are really central to the story. The film is set in the early 60's, and that gives the film a nice "now" feel. The film is beautifully filmed, especially in the first few minutes. It has the look and feel of a silent movie, but I found that to be a very good thing. The actors all do a fantastic job in their roles, and each of them do a great job as the children. A word of warning though, and this is a bit of a spoiler, but there are some scenes that I would not want to give away. I saw this film on the first night of it's release, and it was very apparent at this time that this film was not going to be the best film of the year. That is until I saw the film again, and it was better than I had thought it would be. The first time I saw it, I was expecting the film to be similar to the first, but it is not. It is better, but that does not mean it is as good as the first film. The second time I saw it, I watched it again, and I felt that I was watching the second in a way. This film is a very mature film, with a lot of depth. The characters are very complex, and some of them are more developed than others. The story is good, the film moves along at a very good pace, and the acting is great. I rate this film 9/10.


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