Voo Noturno (2014) poster
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Depois de uma noite no bar gay Voo Noturno, Yong Ju reencontra Gi Woong, seu ex-melhor amigo, agora membro de uma gangue violenta. A tentativa de reaproximação entre os dois, no entanto, acaba se tornando perigosa. (Fonte: Globoplay) Editar Tradução

  • Português (Brasil)
  • English
  • Français
  • Polski
  • País: South Korea
  • Tipo: Movie
  • Data de Lançamento: Fev 7, 2014
  • Duração: 2 hr. 14 min.
  • Pontuação: 7.7 (scored by 6,580 usuários)
  • Classificado: #3953
  • Popularidade: #931
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)

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Jun 26, 2019
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No geral 5.5
História 6.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Musical 5.0
Voltar a ver 1.0
Minhas expectativas estavam altas por conta das avaliações boas e, no fim, fui decepcionada.
O ponto alto da história é, com certeza, a realidade retratada no enredo. O preconceito, o bullying, violência, homossexualidade, estupro... enfim, as críticas sociais são gritantes em todo o filme. Entretanto, para o MEU gosto pessoal, foi bastante difícil assistir algo que parecia não ter propósito. Acho importante os filmes, especialmente em países mais tradicionais, mostrarem a dura realidade da minoria da população, mas me incomoda quando parece não haver um motivo para mostrar esses assuntos tão delicados e complexos.
Chegou um ponto em que eu nem sabia mais o porquê de estar assistindo. Até além da metade do filme, as cenas chocantes se tornam repetitivas. É muito demorado para responder determinadas questões e são duas horas de filme que se arrastam longamente. Por conta disso, apesar de eu achar extremamente relevante os assuntos tratados na história, coloquei o mínimo do rewatch value porque eu não assistiria esse filme novamente por vontade própria.
O final foi satisfatório, apesar dos pesares. A atuação dos atores fez valer a pena a cena final e deu até um gostinho de não ter sido um tempo perdido, mas não me agradou como um todo.

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No geral 9.0
História 7.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Musical 10
Voltar a ver 8.5
An oasis in this wasteland, as Lucien Carr may say, and I'm willing to say it twice. I wasn't even going to write a review, since I'm still overwhelmed and my words may lack the power to describe how painfully touching this movie is. But shall we?

What a sweet poster! ... Fooled me. Well, I didn't even watch the trailer. I couldn't anticipate the plot, the atmosphere; nothing. Koreans have this unhealthy habit of using same-gender romance as fanservice, and personally, I'm so sick of it. They bring the sweet part of it and forget how unrealistic that is, especially in Korea, but it's trendy. So, coming from such a harsh society, it's rare to see a realistic and brave movie regarding this matter. Lately, not only in cinematography, but also music, I've noticed more support and attention in this country. Night Flight is nothing about fetishizing homosexuality and avoiding the truth. This movie manages to show a honest reality, with striking scenes and a solid plot.

It explores the relationship between three childhood friends — Yong Joo, Gi Wook and Gi Taek. Yong Joo and Gi Wook own the plot, while Gi Taek holds a meaningful role through the story. The two of them have a complicated relationship, a kind of bitter, one-sided friendship which lacks closeness and words. This already confusing relationship they have takes a new turn when Yong Joo realizes the feelings he has for Gi Wook have been romantic for a very long time. So he walks further. And everything crashes, in a very beautiful, aching way. Don't expect sweetness, there's no such thing. At least, not how it usually looks like. Let go of your affectionate dramaland and learn to see differently. The emotions can be seen only through gestures, the way the look at each other, the way they don't when they can't see each other (but they wonder about the other) and the words they always seem to share without speaking. Both cruel and kind words. Thus, the moments they speak, the dialogue is actually complex, behind its simple words. So, it's intense and much honest. I found they personalities very pure, pained and so lonely, bearing their own heavy stories, but they choose to cope with their feelings in completely opposite ways — Yong Joo is the bright, brave and sincere one, while Gi Wook is quieter, violent and doesn't know how to express himself. I thought for a moment, given their situations, it's more expected for their personalities to have been reversed, but this way it's actually more interesting, I really like that.
The acting, with more interest in the body language rather than words, was intense and surprisingly good. I could feel their pain growing under my skin, and all it took was looking into their eyes and their messy gestures. Some scenes are still haunting me.
Given how quiet and raw the movie feels, when the music starts, it speaks emotions. Not too much, really, just the right amount of sounds to make it more touching, at the right time. Visually, there are many important details; sometimes it's bright, but mostly dark. Some shoots are serene, colorful and truly artistic, matching the emotions (love), while some are simply raw, monotone and cruel, matching the reality (pain). A very creative contrast.
Do I plan on rewatching it? Of course, probably many times. I'm typing and I can feel the urge to go back and watch some parts, but I'll stay away for a while and let it sink in. Not long, though. I can't wait to see if it's going to hurt more or less (most likely, more). Profound movies always touch deeper the second time.

Yes, it's a sad, realistic movie, with sad teenagers in love. Too young to be so damaged, yet very common. And no, the actors don't look like models, their skin isn't godlike. They look human and, also, they fight for being humans, in a world full of emotionless and harmful silhouettes. This movie shouldn't be overlooked or judged before watching. Let go of any previous disappointing experience with gay-themed movies and dwell in Night Flight. It's the kind of movie that should be watched late at night, when the mind is a little tired to analyze, and the feelings are more perceptive. Because it stains, yet it doesn't feel only painful — it's also very sweet. Beautifully tragic.

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Detalhes

  • Movie: Voo Noturno
  • País: Coreia do Sul
  • Data de Lançamento: Fev 7, 2014
  • Duração: 2 hr. 14 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 18+ Restrito (violência e palavrões)

Estatísticas

  • Pontuação: 7.7 (avaliado por 6,580 usuários)
  • Classificado: #3953
  • Popularidade: #931
  • Fãs: 17,828

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