To save her relationship, a woman puts herself through extensive plastic surgery.
|Release Date||:||June 30, 2006|
|Genres||:||Romance, Drama, Mystery|
|Production Company||:||Kim Ki-Duk Film, Happinet Pictures|
|Production Countries||:||Japan, South Korea|
|Casts||:||Park Ji-yeon, Ha Jung-Woo, Kim Seong-Min, Seong Hyeon-a|
|Plot Keywords||:||korean movie|
Kim Ki Duk's film Shigan/Time is about the concept of beauty which differs from person to person.He has built his film around a couple of young,violent lovers whose whimsical behavior reveal hotheadedness prevailing in South Korean society.Much of the film tries to find out why people especially youngsters start to get bored in relationships ? Although Shigan/Time concentrates its energies by depicting various procedures used to beautify ordinary looking people,it loses no time to convey that real beauty lies in one's heart.We get a clear message that inner beauty is important than a person's external appearance.Kim Ki Duk also suggests that boredom is not entirely a curious phenomenon related to affluent nations as this malaise of western world has already started to rear its ugly head in new developed nations too such as South Korea.It is a pity that not much is known about Kim Di Duk's motivation for making such an inspirational film.However,one can hazard a fortuitous guess that Kim Di Duk made this film due to an old incident of his reckless wild life when he was rejected by some girl.