Father's love

Topics: Medicine, Medical laboratory, Medical Laboratory Scientist Pages: 2 (1059 words) Published: September 13, 2014

A father’s love

As I was checking the news feed of my Facebook account, one topic was really trending: Miracle in Cell No. 7. What's the fuss about this Korean movie? Miracle in cell no.7 immediately spread like a wild fire over the social media, people said it is a must watch movie and it will leave you sad and sobbing in the corner. I heard it over and over but I don’t know where and when to watch it because there’s a lot of school stuffs to attend to, I wasn’t able to attend the first or scheduled enrichment program session because I got sick for 4 days including that Saturday, that saddens me knowing I won’t be able to watch it with my blockmates but then I was given another chance, good thing my blockmates aren’t spoilers.

Miracle in Cell No. 7 is a touching and heart breaking movie about an intellectually handicapped father and his daughter. The story tells about how the father and the daughter love each other so much. The two of them lead a simple and happy life while Yesung’s father makes a living by working as a parking attendant at a local supermarket. But one day, when the police commissioner's young daughter dies in a strange accident, Yesung’s father is the one who happens to find her. He is falsely accused and sentenced to death for abduction, sexual assault, and murder of a minor. Ye-sung is sent to a childcare institution and Yesung’s father gets imprisoned and assigned to Cell No. 7, the harshest cell in a maximum security prison.

I felt pity for yesung’s father for the falsely outcome of the case even if friends tried to help him out of the false accusations because of bitterness of the commissioner for his daughter’s death, the commissioner threated yesung’s father to harm yesung if he didn’t claim he committed the crime. Yesung’s father got beaten and shamed, all of it just to protect his daughter. Also yesung in a very young age with no mother though the movie didn’t tell where her mother had gone, it saddens me she’d be orphan in...
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