Jin awakes from a dream where he causes a traffic accident to find that the accident actually took place. The police suspect a woman, Ran, though she denies any involvement as she was asleep the whole time. It transpires that while Jin dreams, Ran acts out those dreams in her sleep.
Cast & Credits
starting was difficult to comprehend and extraterrestrial like.. but as their relationship developed i could feel the sincere feeling for each other ( especially from the male lead and his sense of responsibility) and devastating pain, and cruelty of love , compassion.
this is not for fairy tale lovers or someone who likes fast paced story.
this is deep, dark n uneasy to relate in real life... on one side but on other side, ... beautiful , humane n sacred.
eventhough, i liked the movie, i won't be able to watch /want to watch it again, bcoz it is somewhat disturbing for me
The story centers on very problematic and somewhat enigmatic characters, a touch of magic and, in the end, there are hopes, tragedies and the like, like the events that preceded the events.
Visually, "Dream" points to a freer visual style, very medium-sized cinematography, yet the key scenes are well directed and, from time to time, there are star images to admire. Still, there is scope for improvement, as some scenes still feel dull compared to the others. Much better is the soundtrack, which is as mystical as it is special. Although a little overdone in the dream segments, the corner near the end of the movie actually gives the movie some chills and additional cuts through the bone. No idea what language was used for the songs, but it fits perfectly into the movie.