Starring: Lee Jun Ki (“trainer”), Lee Moon Sik (father), Kim So Eun (daughter)
Running Time: 112 minutes
Synopsis: Jang Ga Pil is an ordinary businessman, who comes home one night to discover that his daughter was sexually assaulted. Realizing how helpless he is to help his daughter–he has absolutely no leverage to bring his daughter’s attackers to justice–he learns to become stronger for his daughter, and in the process, meets a special trainer with whom he forges a meaningful relationship.
Musings: I had heard of this movie a while back, but because I wasn’t enthralled with Lee Jun Ki back then–yes, despite how wonderful I thought he was in My Girl–I passed on the movie. And then a while back, one of you suggested Fly, Daddy, Fly, so I decided to take a look at it finally. (I’d love to give the twinkle who suggested this movie to me full credit, but after spending 10 minutes looking for the comment, I’ve given up. 🙁 Let’s suffice it to say that I am thankful to you! 🙂 My eyes are still a bit buggy from all the scrolling I did…oy~)
Loved. Loved. Loved! 🙂
Sadly, I’m running low on time today before I leave for work, so I’m simply going to leave this post on that note and let those of you who are intrigued enough to watch it find out for yourself. 😉 As for those of you who’ve already seen it, please leave comments below so that we know your thoughts on the movie. I’d love to hear them!
And as usual, I’m including a trailer below for your viewing pleasure. I hope you enjoy!