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Reviewed by ClementineB IE / Joined ClementineB 2015
A Girl at My Door
A Girl at My Door
A Girl at My Door
South Korea, 2014, 119 minutes Drama, LGBT, Asian, Arthouse
We all know Doona Bae's talent travels beyond the borders of South Korea, but it really shines when she's acting in Korean indie films, such as A GIRL AT MY DOOR. Her encounter and relationship with young Dohee is at the same time unexpected and tender. Sae Ron Kim also does an  amazing job here. Not much is said throughout the films, the strongest scenes are according to me, the daily life actions (running, eating) and the way Young-nam and Dohee observe each other and try to adapt to the situation while the young woman tries to protect her. Added to the storyline are the lesbian and immigrant worker sub-plots that remains interesting and subtle. The film is definitely worth a watch.
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