Love Fiction

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"The perfect muse with a mysterious past, countless ex-lovers, and even thick armpit hair."
  • NR
  • 2012
  • 2 hr 1 min
  • 6.0  (457)

Love Fiction is a charming romantic comedy from South Korea directed by Jeon Kye-soo. The movie was released in 2012 and features a stellar cast including Ha Jung-woo, Kong Hyo-Jin, and Byung-Joon Lee. The movie tells the story of a successful writer named Joo-wol, played by Ha Jung-woo. Joo-wol has become famous for writing steamy romance novels, but he struggles with his own love life. He is currently in a tumultuous relationship with a woman named Hee-jin, played by Kong Hyo-Jin. Hee-jin is a film producer and the two of them have been dating for three years, but Joo-wol is constantly unfaithful.

As Joo-wol is trying to finish his latest novel, he runs into an old flame named Woo-jin, played by Kim Hye-ok. Woo-jin was Joo-wol's first love and they haven't seen each other in years. Woo-jin's reappearance brings up old feelings and memories for Joo-wol, making it difficult for him to focus on his writing.

Meanwhile, Hee-jin is growing tired of Joo-wol's constant infidelity and decides to break up with him. This forces Joo-wol to confront his own feelings and figure out what he really wants in life.

As Joo-wol struggles with his personal life, he begins to draw inspiration from his experiences and uses them to inform the plot of his novel. He begins to blur the lines between reality and fiction, using his own life as a source of material for his writing.

The movie features a strong performance from Ha Jung-woo who portrays Joo-wol as a man struggling with his emotions and trying to do what's right. Kong Hyo-Jin delivers a great performance as Hee-jin, portraying a woman who is strong and independent, but ultimately unable to deal with Joo-wol's behavior.

The film uses a number of flashbacks to show Joo-wol's past relationships and to give context to his behavior. These flashbacks are well-done and add depth to the story.

One of the standout scenes of the movie involves Joo-wol and Hee-jin at a party. The scene is shot in one long take and features a great performance from both actors. The scene is filled with tension and emotion and provides one of the key turning points in the movie.

Another great scene involves Joo-wol reconnecting with Woo-jin. The two of them go out to eat at a restaurant and Joo-wol is forced to confront his past feelings. The scene provides some great character development for Joo-wol and helps to tie together the film's themes of love, loss, and moving on.

Overall, Love Fiction is a sweet and charming romantic comedy that explores the complexities of love and relationships. The movie is well-acted and features some great cinematography and directing. If you're a fan of romantic comedies, Love Fiction is definitely worth checking out.

Love Fiction is a 2012 comedy with a runtime of 2 hours and 1 minute. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.0.

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    6.0  (457)