Synopsis: A love story involving a convicted prisoner who "slowly falls for a woman who decorates his prison cell".
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Ki-duk Kim
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min

Yes, sir, yes.


Yes, i understand.

Do as you like.

Spring, spring, spring is here

Even in our hearts

Spring, spring, spring

spring is here

It's here in the vast field

So green

A new spring is here

Even below the street

lantern shade

A new spring is here

Everyone is so happy

A new wind is blowing

Let's hold hands and

See the flowers

One drop, two drops

Getting wet from

the spring rain

Flowers awake here and there

They all sing along

Spring, spring, spring

spring is here

Even in our hearts

Spring, spring, spring

spring is here

Spring is here

This is an azalea flower that

blossomed at my country home.

I hated them back then.

During elementary school,

Every saturday my father

checked my books and notes.

I liked to draw in my book

And i did it many times.

My father used the branch

Of an azalea tree to whip me.

Despite him hitting me,

i still drew in my books.

So whenever i'd see

an azalea tree,

I'd visualize my father's

scary face.

You have such pretty eyes.

It's okay.

Leave him.

It's over, let's go.


Where have you been?

Aren't you cold wearing just that?

What the hell?

Damn it.

Is it summer this time?

You want time to

go by that quickly?

What's with the fan?

What's this?

Where are you going?

Look at her.

- She must be crazy.

- You are right.

Where the stars shine like crazy

let's go to the beach

Let's go to the beach

Where youth overflows

let's go to the beach

Let's go to the beach

Whisper sweet love to me

Let's go to the lover's beach

To the beach

Even though you don't

say you love me

Even though you don't say it

I'll bury myself in love

Those flaming lips

When i first felt them

Leaving love's footprints

infinitely behind

Where the stars shine like crazy

let's go to the beach

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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