A Moment To Remember (Korean 2004) — Some moments are better than the others

Jung Woo-sung and Son Ye-jin

Inevitable. This word always has that foreboding aura around it. It has favored itself to be a friend of negative connotations. Also as denial’s worst enemy. But most importantly, its acceptance would pave a peaceful path until one can meet it.

This film has indulged in paving such a path to destroy the worst enemy and embrace the…

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