Three Friends
Three Friends

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- 83/100 based on 47 votes
  • Released: 1996
  • Runtime: 92 mins
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  • Studio: Samsung Entertainment
  • Genres: Drama

Three young men face the university entrance exams upon which their economic and social fates depend. Kim Tae-Moo is a comic book artist whose art is plagiarized even as he's humiliated at ...... (Full plot summary below)

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Three young men face the university entrance exams upon which their economic and social fates depend. Kim Tae-Moo is a comic book artist whose art is plagiarized even as he's humiliated at ...

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Chicago Sun-Times - 10/10 by Roger EbertThis is the kind of film that makes you feel intensely alive while you're watching it, and sends you out into the streets afterwards eager to talk deeply and urgently, to the person you are with. Whoever that happens to be.
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Empire - 8/10 by Steve BeardExquisitely shot, superbly acted and deftly written, this is easily one of the best arthouse films of the nineties.
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User Review - 10/10 by azhar_this movie is amazing, very beautiful, and natural, one of the best movie ever, very recommended movie to watch and to learning.

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