Missing- a south Korean film that depicts the story of two mothers – a divorced mother who is struggling to keep her daughter’s custody and a mother who just lost her child. The film starts with two mothers – one came home in a rush and went to her workroom for writing the script to meet the deadline. Another mother who worked as a nanny for the child Do-eun took the child as she approached her busy working mother. After completing the script, she went to see her daughter and found her sleeping in the lap of the nanny.
Holidays, as joyous as they may be overall, are too often the worst days for television addicts like me. Outside of parades, meaningless sports events, and movies centered around the theme of the occasion, there is little of interest to watch. Fortunately, one of my favorite cable channels airs a marathon of one of the old time classic shows from my childhood.Read More