Loner Won-woo is a girl who suffers from Narcolepsy. Although Jun-seo always makes fun of her, Won-woo is about to fall for him. Won-woo's mother Yeon-hee feels compassionate for her daughter who falls asleep whenever, wherever, without even realizing, and Sun-jae who secretly is in love with Yeon-hee touches Yeon-hee's heart. (AsianMediaWiki) Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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Stories about people with incapabilities or a tragedy usually is a tricky one when you review it. People usually look forward to excitement and suspense. You can't simply just say the tragedy is a let-down because that makes you feel horrible for seeming to be bored out of someone's misery. In this case, the story isn't boring at all but I honestly can say it's not a great one as well. Maybe because I don't know exactly what how it feels to have narcolepsy or the likes. But I feel happy that I get to know the story of the people who do.
At the end though, it wasn't really about the narcolepsy. It was about experiences that all of us have gone and will be through. Limitations, self-respect, and faith in general. Going through something so unexpected; not knowing when it will hit again and how to cure it.
The acting was good. It was nice seeing new faces and not expecting too much from them. I also love the ideas that they showed through photography and arts. I wish they would've put some good music in it though but I wish that in any movie. Anyway, it's a nice movie altogether. Not as simple as you'd think but not so heavy either.
Though the movie was slow, it wasn't one bit boring and i enjoyed watching it. The story line felt realistic and the acting was good and i cant say anything negative about it.But i feel that the movie could of been better if it focused more on The main girl, and how she dislikes being treated differently just because she has Narcolepsy, but overall it was enjoyable. i don't think this movie is everyone's cup of tea and would recommend watching this if you have nothing else to do or on a quite relaxing day.