Favorite films

  • Parasite
  • Perfect Blue
  • The Witch
  • Grave of the Fireflies

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  • Memory


  • Start-Up


  • Top Gun: Maverick


Recent reviews

  • Twenty Five Twenty One

    Twenty Five Twenty One


    At the beginning of the 4th episode, Yi-jin is asked what he thinks will always remain the same, even if everything else changes. To which he replies: ‘I don’t believe anything stays the same forever. Because believing in that sets expectations for how things should turn out.’ This quote fits perfectly with the lesson this story is trying to tell. Everything changed for our protagonists over the course of this show: their friendships, relationships, and dreams. Life is just a series of fleeing…

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon


    “To visit planet earth, you will have to be born as a human child. At first, you'll have to learn to use your new body, to move your arms and legs, to pull yourself upright. You will learn to walk and run, to use your hands to make sounds and form words. Slowly, you will learn to take care of yourself. Here, it is still peaceful but there the colors, sensations and sounds will wash over you constantly. You will…

Popular reviews

  • In the Mood for Love

    In the Mood for Love


    ‘He remembers those vanished years. As though looking through a dusty window pane, the past is something he could see, but not touch. And everything he sees is blurred and indistinct.’

    Wong Kar-wai’s masterpiece about love, betrayal, desire, memories, and most importantly, loneliness is often ranked as one of the best movies ever made, and for good reason. The way this movie delivers its melancholic story is truly remarkable. 

    The story follows a newspaper editor and a secretary, who find…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    ‘This is London. Someone has died in every room in every building and on every street corner in the city.’

    Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho reminds me in a lot of ways of Satoshi Kon’s masterpiece Perfect Blue. Both of these movies blur the line between two realities to criticize a glorified era and lifestyle.

    Chung-hoon Chung’s 1960s London looks absolutely gorgeous. The city is filled with beautiful neon lights, you see people with vintage clothes coming out of…