Daisy

Synopsis: A young man falls in love with a cursed ventriloquist's doll.
Genre: Horror, Short
 
IMDB:
7.4
NOT RATED
Year:
2006
5 min
21 Views

Flowers!

Flowers can deliver love,

but can also deliver death.

I started planting the flowers she painted,

hoping that they would help

remove the smell of gunpowder on me.

But the smell deep inside my soul

doesn't disappear.

The Magnum 357 revolver

doesn't leave shells.

Hollow-point bullets

also leave no shells.

For an assassin...

leaving traces means death.

OFF LIMITS:

Welcome.

I'm so sorry that

this is still necessary.

Following the rules keeps you alive.

Look at you

like a lump of rock

heavy, hard, and unchanging.

Do you know me that well?

Of course I do.

I heard you are up for

something new lately.

I grow flowers.

Grow Flowers?

I thought there is a girl.

For a killer, women are

more dangerous than guns.

You have to be careful.

Don't worry.

Look at this antique gun.

If you don't handle it right

...it'll kill you before killing your enemy

A woman is just as dangerous

You got to be careful

Flowers!

Bye.

Who could it be?

The one who sends me flowers

everyday at 4:
15

I looked up the meaning of daisy

Hidden love!

OK. One more time

My grandfather thinks

I am like an antique...

...because I'm 24

and have never had a date.

Good pose

But I have someone I'm waiting for.

You should smile more naturally.

Here we go.

Are you sure it's a good picture?

Of course, now look this way.

Well, here it is.

Ok, here's your key.

Thank you.

Good, all the best.

I remember the first day I saw her.

April 15th.

It was the day after

I killed a man for the first time.

- After that...

- Flowers!

I began delivering

daisies to her every day.

Because of her,

I learned about van Gogh,

Monet, and Rembrandt.

Okay, Five o'clock coffee time!

- You want some coffee?

- Yes, please!

Good?

If I pretend I'm her...

I feel like my soul is pure,

at least a little bit.

Why does he send flowers

but never show himself?

How much?

Okay

Can you pay first?

Sorry, but I have to go. Okay?

Oh, but I'm not done yet...

Ah! You're Korean?

Yes.

Will you be here tomorrow?

I'll come tomorrow at the same time.

You can continue then, okay?

Okay. You want some candy?

Okay.

I am so sorry.

I spilled coffee on your portrait.

I should start again.

Oh... Okay.

Go ahead.

Hello?

What?

You should look at me

for the portrait.

Okay. Sorry.

I'm really sorry.

I have to go now.

Actually, I'm done.

That was quick.

I could have done it quicker.

I see.

If you don't like it,

I can do another...

How about I come again next week?

Can you paint one like that?

See you later.

Wait a minute, there's

something on your face.

Who is that guy?

The one making her smile?

Down comes the rain

and he's not coming.

It wasn't rain that I was waiting for...

Jeong Woo?

Interpol!

How have you been?

Oh, this.

It's just a sprain.

It will be fine in a few days.

What happened?

It rained so hard yesterday,

and I slipped.

Did you wait long yesterday?

Huh? No. I didn't...

...only a little.

Good.

I didn't want you

to have to wait in the rain.

I see.

Shall we begin?

Shall we begin what?

The oil painting.

Didn't you say you wanted one?

Oh, yes. Right.

Do you want to have

that painted as well?

As you like.

Do you like this pose?

How about this?

I like spending time with him.

How's it going?

Wow, it looks better than I do.

The stubble is a little...

Flowers!

Here.

Can I come in?

Is this for sale, too?

Yes. But it's a fake.

- Except the picture.

- I like it.

How did you know I was here?

I know everything.

I want this.

How much is it?

Just take it. It's a gift.

That's no way to do business.

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