Come, Closer

Synopsis: "Come, Closer" covers the broken relationships of five different couples.
Genre: Drama
 
IMDB:
6.5
Year:
2010
108 min
7 Views

Hello

Hello

Hello?

Hello

Hello?

Can I help you?

I'm sorry but where is this?

This is cafe.

I mean, which country is this?

Country?

This is Seoul, Korea

South Korea.

Oh, Korea. I have a friend

who works for a Korean company.

I see...

Are you calling

because of your friend?

No

Well, is there anything

I can do for you?

I'm looking for someone.

Well, it's just me here.

What's the person's name?

Ania

Ania?

Ania is Polish, like me

Polish?

Poland, People from Poland.

I don't know her.

So, are you calling from Poland?

No, I'm calling from Rotterdam.

Is that a country?

No, it's a city in the Netherlands.

Actually, I've been to

many cities looking for Ania.

Someone told me that she is here

but I guess she isn't.

I see.

Maybe she is not here, too.

So, Ania is your...

Fiance. It's a long story.

Well... I like stories.

Well, that's good,

because I have quite a story to tell.

So, tell me. I don't know

if I can help you, but...

I have some time.

Also you're lucky

because my English not bad,

not like other Korean.

Most people in Poland

can't speak English either.

Actually, it's always cloudy here,

and the clouds move real fast.

In Rotterdam?

Yes. It's not quite as cold as

Poland but it's always windy.

Other than that,

the weather's quite pleasant here.

Oh, and there are

a lot of seagulls.

You're at the beach?

Yes. And the crosswalk

signals make the loud ticking noises.

They sound of giant clocks.

That's interesting.

That's not all.

The streets are tidy, but there are

a lot of constructions going on.

The old giving way to the new.

A lot of Chinese live here, too.

And this morning, I saw a store selling

polar bears, of all things.

What's?

Seriously, Polar bears.

You're must be kidding.

It's hard to believe, I know.

Well, anything could be possible.

So, what else is interesting?

A lot of people riding bicycles,

and lots of Chinese people, too.

You already said that.

Are you running out of things to say?

Oh, no.

The little streams here are nice

and like I've said,

I like the weather here

I'm thinking of getting a job here.

What about Ania?

Yes, that's right.

Could you do me a favor?

Could you tell Ania I quit

and that I'm sorry?

I'll tell her if I see her.

But hey, this is Korea.

My phone card's running

out of money.

Okay. If I see Ania,

I will tell her.

Yes. Please do,

if you ever meet her.

Okay, I will.

Ania'll probably like the coffee here.

Ania doesn't drink coffee.

I see.

I really have to go now.

Okay. Wish you luck.

Thanks. By the way,

Ania doesn't like coffee but I do.

That's nice.

Yes. I'm Gruzek.

Ah, Gruzek. I'm Hyo-seo.

That's your name.

Goodbye Hyo-seo.

Goodbye.

We lie still, in a line.

With the eyes closed

to see the unknown world.

If only there were

a station called Eternity,

I could ask you to come with me

to the eternity.

With a full knapsack

and a rose that never fades.

We lie still, in a line.

We lie still, in a line.

We lie still, in a line.

We lie still, in a line.

We lie still, in a line.

We lie still, in a line.

I heard you're dating a guy.

Is it true?

Is that what people say?

- You're tipsy, aren't you?

- No

I didn't think you'd

do something like this.

- It's boring, huh?

- No. It's interesting.

The drawings are really naughty

I like that.

The rumors must be wrong.

Is that him?

He's hot.

Is it true you like guys?

It must be.

Liar

I'm so embarrassed.

Coming here like this.

We're being awkward.

Yeah, awkward.

You must be a coward.

What?

Are you scared?

The rain's stopping.

Do you want to do it with me?

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