My Beautiful Girl, Mari

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My Beautiful Girl, Mari
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Theatrical poster
Hangul
Revised Romanization Mariiyagi
McCune–Reischauer Mariiyagi
Directed by Lee Sung-gang
Produced by Cho Sung-won
Written by Kang Su-jeong
Lee Sung-gang
Seo Mi-ae
Music by Lee Byung-woo
Cinematography Kwon Geun-wook
Edited by Park Gok-ji
Production
  company
Daewoo Entertainment
Kuk Dong
Siz Entertainment
Distributed by Chungeorahm Film
ADV Films
Release date(s)
  • January 18, 2002 (2002-01-18)
Running time 80 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean

My Beautiful Girl, Mari (Hangul: 마리이야기; RR: Mariiyagi; lit. "The Story of Mari") is a 2002 South Korean animated film. It follows the story of a young boy during summer vacation and ascends into flights of surrealistic fantasy, which may or may not be dream sequences. The English-language dub was directed and produced by Carl Macek and licensed by A.D. Vision.

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Kim Nam-woo struggles through life as people around him constantly leave him; his best friend, Jun-ho, is going to study in Seoul and in some ways his widowed mother is "leaving" him too by paying more attention to her new boyfriend. To escape, he goes to a dream world, where he meets a girl named Mari. The story follows Nam-woo in discovering himself and maturing.

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