All for Love (2005 film)

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All for Love
All for Love film poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Hangul
Hanja 가장 아름다운
Revised Romanization Nae sangae kajang arumdaun iljuil
McCune–Reischauer Nae saengae kajang arŭmdaun ilchuil
Directed by Min Kyu-dong
Produced by Yoon Je-kyoon
Heo Tae-gu
Min Jin-su
Written by Yu Seong-hyeop
Min Kyu-dong
Starring Uhm Jung-hwa
Hwang Jung-min
Im Chang-jung
Music by Lee Byung-woo
Cinematography Oh Seung-hwan
Edited by Moon In-dae
Distributed by CJ Entertainment
Release date
  • October 7, 2005 (2005-10-07)
Running time
129 minutes
Country South Korea
Language Korean
Box office $14,765,033[1]

All for Love (Hangul내 생애 가장 아름다운 일주일; RRNaesaengae gajang areumdawun iljuil; lit. "The Most Beautiful Week of My Life"; also known as My Lovely Week) is a 2005 South Korean romance ensemble film. It was Min Kyu-dong's solo directorial debut. The film was the 10th highest grossing Korean production of 2005 with 2,533,103 sold nationwide.[2]

A week passes in Seoul, with a diverse group of couples and singles experiencing love or tragedy in strong doses. Broken families and newly formed marriages, struggles with debt or with an uneasy conscience, conflict and resolution, sickness and health, newly discovered love, the resurfacing of old relationships...[3]

Plot[edit]

A lovely week in the lives of these people.

An elderly woman (Oh Mi-hee) rents a coffee shop from a gruff theater owner (Joo Hyun).

A newlywed couple crushed by debt and desperate for work, the down-on-his-luck salesman (Im Chang-jung) hides the fact that he sells trinkets on the subway from his wife (Seo Young-hee).

A bill collector (Kim Su-ro) who is fed up with his job is then offered a spot on a local reality television show to relive his college basketball days and also fulfill the wish of a terminally ill girl (Kim Yoo-jung).

A tightly wound, divorced father (Chun Ho-jin) works in the music industry. He is struggling to raise his son, and needs to find a maid.

His ex-wife (Uhm Jung-hwa) is a fiery spirited psychiatrist, who has perhaps met her match with a rough-and-tumble cop (Hwang Jung-min).

A famous male pop singer (Jung Kyung-ho) becomes stricken with a mysterious illness after his contract is cancelled by the music executive. He meets a young nun (Yoon Jin-seo) who tried to kill herself due to her strong feelings for him.

Cast[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

2005 Chunsa Film Art Awards
2005 Blue Dragon Film Awards[4]
  • Nomination - Best Supporting Actress - Seo Young-hee
  • Nomination - Best Screenplay - Yu Seong-hyeop and Min Kyu-dong
  • Nomination - Best Visual Effects
2005 Korean Film Awards
  • Best Editing - Moon In-dae
2006 Grand Bell Awards

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Box office by Country: All For Love". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
  2. ^ "The Best Selling Films of 2005". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 2012-06-04.
  3. ^ Paquet, Darcy. "All for Love". Koreanfilm.org. Retrieved 2012-08-14. 
  4. ^ "All For Love - Awards". Cinemasie. Retrieved 2012-12-04.

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