Changpihae   2011   South Korea Life is Peachy
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Director:Soo-hyun Kim
Writer:Soo-hyun Kim
IMDb Rating:5.7 (27 votes)
Awards:1 nomination
Duration:111 min
Soo-hyun Kim  ...  (Director)
Soo-hyun Kim  ...  (Writer)
Hyo-jin Kim  ...  Yoon Ji-woo
Kkobbi Kim  ...  (as Kim Kkobbi)
Sang-hyun Kim  ...  Jung Ji-woo
Hyeon-jin Seo  ...  Hee-jin
Hyun-jeong Sim  ...  Composer
Jin-eu Kim  ...  Cinematographer
Min-yong Choi  ...  Detective Min-yong
Sun-hyuk Kim  ...  
Seung-min Woo  ...  
Comments: Yikes! This thing tried so hard to be indie cool it went empty. Disenchanted Youth, lesbian love, this, that, and the other thing. It has it all and has nothing because there's no storytelling involved. This film is unsynopsis-able. Nobody here will ever see it so it doesn't matter.

Summary: Yoon Ji-Woo (Kim Hyo-Jin) is an employee for a department store. She feels disenchanted with her job which requires her to keep a fake smile on all day and massage the feet of VIP customers. Her personal life is not much better as she feels detachment from all of her past boyfriends. One day after work, Ji-Woo takes up a mannequin to the roof of the department store. Ji-Woo is thinking about committing suicide. She then places the mannequin on the ledge of the building and leaves for the street, where she will watch its fall.

Meanwhile, pickpocket Kang Ji-Woo (Kim Kkobbi) is caught in the act on the subway by an undercover cop. Before she is hauled away, one of Kang Ji-Woo's accomplices stabs the police officer and takes Kang Ji-Woo away. Kang Ji-Woo and her unscrupulous accomplices drives off in a van. Before the van can get very far they crash into a falling mannequin. Standing nearby, department store employee Yoon Ji-Woo is horrified by what has happened.

The police officers arrive and handcuffs Kang Ji-Woo and Yoon Ji-Woo. The two women then sneak off while the police are distracted ...

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