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|Product Title:||Steal My Heart (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 偷心戀人 (DVD) (台灣版) 偷心恋人 (DVD) (台湾版) キャッチ・ミー (DVD) (台湾版) 캐치미|
|Also known as:||偷心賊 偷心贼|
|Artist Name(s):||Joo Won (Actor) | Kim Ah Joong (Actor) | Cha Tae Hyun | Shin Seung Hwan (Actor) | Park Cheol Min (Actor) | Sa Hee (Actor) | Hwang Tae Gwang (Actor) | Baek Do Bin (Actor) | Kim Hee Won (Actor) | Bae Sung Woo 周元 (Actor) | 金亞中 (Actor) | 車太鉉 | 申承煥 (Actor) | 朴哲民 (Actor) | 金 史熙 (Actor) | 黃 泰光 (Actor) | 白道彬 (Actor) | 金希沅 (Actor) | 裴成佑 周元 (Actor) | 金亚中 (Actor) | 车太铉 | 申承焕 (Actor) | 朴哲民 (Actor) | 金 史熙 (Actor) | 黄 泰光 (Actor) | 白道彬 (Actor) | 金希沅 (Actor) | 裴成佑 チュウォン (Actor) | キム・アジュン (Actor) | チャ・テヒョン | シン・スンファン (Actor) | パク・チョルミン (Actor) | Sa Hee (Actor) | Hwang Tae Gwang (Actor) | Baek Do Bin (Actor) | キム・ヒウォン (Actor) | ペ・ソンウ 주원 (Actor) | 김아중 (Actor) | 차 태현 | 신승환 (Actor) | 박철민 (Actor) | 사희 (Actor) | 황태광 (Actor) | 백도빈 (Actor) | 김희원 (Actor) | 배성우|
|Director:||Lee Hyun Jong 李賢鐘 李贤钟 Lee Hyun Jong 이현종|
|Place of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Aspect Ratio:||1.78 : 1|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 2.0|
|Disc Format(s):||DVD, DVD-9|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Publisher:||AV-Jet International Media Co., Ltd|
|Package Weight:||105 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1036855140|
警探李虎泰（周元 飾）號稱捉賊大師，破案率百分之百，這回卻棋逢對手，遇上專門盜取世界知名藝術品的尹珍淑（金亞中 飾）。珍淑屢次以完美無缺的犯案手法成功脫逃，誰知造化弄人，虎泰隨著犯案線索一步步追查後，發現尹珍淑竟然就是他分手十年的初戀情人！十年前，她留下一個甜蜜的吻就消失無蹤，十年後再次相見，珍淑依舊捉摸不定、像個難解的謎…。這場充滿眷戀的追逐戰究竟會發展出怎樣的結局？
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This professional review refers to Steal My Heart (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
A cop falls for a criminal in Korean romantic comedy Steal my Heart (a.k.a. Catch Me), written and directed by Lee Hyun Jong, who last stepped behind the camera for a segment of the omnibus No Comment way back in 2002. The film stars popular TV actor Joo Won (known for the likes of Bridal Mask, Ojakgyo Brothers, Good Doctor and other hit shows) as the male lead, pairing up with actress Kim Ah Joong (Whatcha Wearin') as the two halves of an amusingly mismatched couple.
Set in Seoul, the film sees Joo as profiling expert Ho Tae, a cocky and rather vain fellow who's convinced that he's at the top of his game. One evening when staking out a suspect in a serial rape and murder case, he's surprised when the man he's tailing is mowed down in a hit and run road accident, and even more surprised when the driver turns out to be his long lost college love Jin Sook (Kim Ah Joong). Hoping to rekindle their romance, he decides not to hand her over to his colleagues, something he soon comes to regret when he finds out that she is actually the infamous cat burglar behind a recent series of high profile art thefts. With the jealous Detective Oh (Baek Do-bin, I am the King) hell-bent on uncovering his secret and wrecking his chances of promotion, Ho Tae tries to uncover the truth behind Jin Sook's crimes as well as her reasons for dumping him a decade ago.
Most genre fans will have a pretty good idea what to expect with Steal my Heart and anyone expecting alternating bouts of wackiness, romance and melodrama certainly won't be far off the mark. Lee Hyun Jong clearly wasn't aiming for anything new or shakeup of the time honoured My Sassy Girl formula, and the film is one which quite openly plays to its audience and attempts to tick all the usual boxes on the Korean rom com list. This is fair enough, and the film generally succeeds in achieving its modest aims, at least in part making up for what it lacks in originality with enthusiasm and a modicum of charm. Some unnecessary flashbacks aside, the film is a brisk and cheerful affair, never lingering long on anything or pretending to be blessed with substance. The focus is mainly and cheerfully on slapstick gags, mostly at the expense of the beleaguered Ho Tae - who, it has to be said, doesn't make for a particularly convincing profiling expert given some of the stupid decisions he makes and his marked tendency to fall over. Though not exactly witty or sharp, the script has enough laugh-inducing moments to keep the viewer amused and works well as a comedy of errors, Ho Tae's increasingly daft antics and the ever escalating chaos making for a fun watch ?just as well, since the plot itself makes very little, if any sense.
Joo Won and Kim Ah Joong are both on good form and while neither of their characters is exactly believable or well-written, they're an appealing and likeable couple. Interestingly, Lee doesn't seem overly bothered with the film's romantic aspects, and though this might seem odd for a rom com, it's somewhat refreshing, as it avoids at least some of the manipulative melodrama that marks other genre efforts. Lee is obviously only too aware that the audience will expect a happy ending, and there's no real suspense attempted in terms of the question whether Ho Tae and Jin Sook will end up together - though predictable and formulaic, this does give the film a certain pleasing honestly, and allows for more emphasis on the gags and silly set pieces.
While none of this is really likely to make Steal my Heart memorable or likely to find an audience beyond the usual rom com crowd, it's one of the better genre outings of the last year. Unoriginal to a fault it might be, though Lee Hyun Jong knows how to hit the right buttons, and fans of Joo Won or slapstick romance won't be disappointed.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com