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I'm A Cyborg from the Korean director Park Chan-wook is a madcap fantasy screwball romance. Young-goon is admitted to a mental institution believing herself a cyborg she charges herself with a transistor radio. Il-soon a fellow inmate steals the other inmates' personality traits and believes he is fading and will one day turn into a dot. When Young-goon refuses to eat Il-soon decides it's his job to get her on her feet again. This charming tender and visually arresting film cements Park Chanwook's reputation as one of the most gifted and playful filmmakers working today. An offbeat romantic comedy I'm A Cyborg is a touching and highly inventive film from one of Korea's best known director's Park Chan-wook. This charming tender visually arresting film won the Alfred Bauer Prize for a work of particular innovation at the 2007 Berlin Film Festival.
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Excellent film. Wish I had the money to pick this up. Heat!

HMV have reduced a few other titles I'd like. "Come and See" and "Black Book".
Good film, but I like Old Boy.
Thanks for posting this! To be honest I've only seen the Vengeance Trilogy and kept meaning to see how Park Chan-Wook's other films stood up. Nicely timed too as his new film (Thirst) is coming out any second now... hot.
Big fan of the vengeance trilogy but I didn't really get much out of this movie. Might need a rewatch.
Great Movie at a great price! Thanks OP!
This is a good film, it can be quite difficult to make any sense of it though.
Good film, but I like Old Boy.

Good film, but i love Lamp
I'm a huge fan of Park Chan Wook's Vengeance Trilogy, this is quite a stark difference to those films.
Korean movies are so great!

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