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    Saw this movie yesterday, and...damn it's amazing, it's a Korean movie, but everyone needs to see this flick.

    It's about this mute girl who runs this fishing place near a lake where little cabins floath on water who people can rent and go fishing.

    The owner brings along coffee,food,fishing bate etc...during the day and at night she offers her body.

    One day a guy comes around and rents the yellow cabin. he was a former cop who killed his ex-girlfriend,and now rents this cabin to kill himself but a romance growns between him and the owner....


    Thsi movie is...dramatic,thriller,cruel,erotic, jjst wonderfull, a beautifull movie
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    sounds crazy


    pic dont work

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    Aaaahh nuts, you gotta see it man, crazy movie, lovin' it, already in my top 10 favorite movies.
    Imma look for another picture
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    Ok here's the image:

    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    Here's a review and some more pics:

    The Isle : "Seom"

    The story takes place on a secluded bay with floating shacks where city folks come in ones or twos or threes for a fishing getaway. An unnamed woman wordlessly minds the bay, boating from guest to guest to provide food, coffee, furnishings and transportation. And that's not all she provides. "Come on up," one customer orders on her delivery run. "We're going to need more than coffee." Without a complaint, she climbs up onto the platform and complies with his wishes. Other times, she merely arranges for prostitutes to come from the outside and do the dirty work.

    Who is this mysterious woman? It's soon clear that she's not just a caretaker or a prostitute she's the spirit of this otherworldly place, both benevolent and vengeful. We feel her presence everywhere, seeing all, protecting her guests and punishing their trespasses. People who do her wrong are liable to find themselves wounded with an icepick by some mysterious underwater force and never know what hit them.
    Into this strange sea-goddess's realm comes an anxious young man who's clearly running from some unnamed trouble and wants one of the floating cabins to hide in. The man and the woman eye each other curiously over the following days, and their efforts to get to know each other have both touching and repelling results. He is slow to realize it, but the woman is subtly pushing him to change his life and his inner nature.

    This is, I think, a parable for male-female relationships in general. So often, women have to help the men in their lives finish growing up, or else we'd spend the rest of our lives lying on the couch with a sixpack watching wrestling and saying "Whassap" to our buddies. This is that kind of story about how women change men, but it's a parable set in a mythical waterworld, not an American living room. The "isle" of the movie's title (actually, it makes sense to look at the entire bay as an island from the outside society) is a place where men think they can come to indulge their most macho impulses but they're ultimately enveloped in the woman's domain.
    "The Isle" is simply not suitable for anyone who isn't extremely comfortable with movie violence. There's a horrible scene in which the man, seeing the police on his trail, attempts to kill himself in an extraordinarily gruesome manner, and that's not the last we see of director Kim Ki-Duk's gory imagination. (I understand that a critic at the Venice Film Festival also became ill, and there was controversy over the film at Sundance too.) Hollywood has long engaged in a deplorable competition to one-up itself with gross-out scenes in violent movies, and now Hong Kong, Japanese and Korean films are heartily joining in.
    But that doesn't take away from the beauty of "The Isle." It's hauntingly filmed, with the bay silvery on the surface and murky underneath. Actress Suh Jung (also seen in the great "Peppermint Candy") is like a force of nature primal, sexy and dangerous. And the allegory of the "isle" is unforgettably powerful, with or without the stomach-churning parts.
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    A must see, I promisse. I saw it yesterday and this movie is amazing, I swear this must be one of my favorite movies ever.
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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    cool ill check it out

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    You better


    And the girl is...wow....and the other girl...is....wow....and the movie is.....damn...wow lol
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
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    Sounds pretty cool, good looking 09
    Shithouse who?

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    No problem
    "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path
    of torment. I know none other as sure..."

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