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Sex Is Zero 2 (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) VCD

Lim Chang Jung (Actor) | Song Ji Hyo (Actor) | Choi Sung Kook (Actor) | Shin Yi (Actor)
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Product Title: Sex Is Zero 2 (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) 我班Friend好搞[口野] 2 (VCD) (中英文字幕) (香港版) 我班Friend好搞[口野] 2 (VCD) (中英文字幕) (香港版) セックス イズ ゼロ 2 (VCD) (英語字幕版) (香港版) 색즉시공 시즌 2
Also known as: 正宗色即是空 正宗色即是空
Artist Name(s): Lim Chang Jung (Actor) | Song Ji Hyo (Actor) | Choi Sung Kook (Actor) | Shin Yi (Actor) | Yoo Chae Young (Actor) 任昌丁 (Actor) | 宋 智孝 (Actor) | 崔成國 (Actor) | 申 伊 (Actor) | Yoo Chae Young (Actor) 任昌丁 (Actor) | 宋 智孝 (Actor) | 崔成国 (Actor) | 申 伊 (Actor) | Yoo Chae Young (Actor) イム・チャンジョン (Actor) | ソン・ジヒョ (Actor) | チェ・ソングク (Actor) | シニ (Actor) | Yoo Chae Young (Actor) 임 창정 (Actor) | 송지효 (Actor) | 최성국 (Actor) | 신이 (Actor) | 유 채영 (Actor)
Director: Yoon Je Kyun 尹 濟均 尹 济均 ユン・ジェギュン 윤제균
Release Date: 2011-03-08
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: South Korea
Disc Format(s): VCD
Duration: 115 (mins)
Publisher: Winson Entertainment Distribution Ltd.(HK)
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1024133246

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Director: Tae-yun Yun

"Over age" student, Eun-sik and prom queen, swimming champ Kyung-ah are a notorious couple at the campus. While their relationship has been solid for three years, Eun-sik struggles to proceed to the 'Next step' with Kyung-ah, and despite the help and support of his friends, does not manage to get her into bed. Making things worse is Ki-ju, a current prosecuting attorney, who keeps interfering with the couple. Eun-sik fears that Kyung-ah will turn her back on him and is determined to get her back....
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Professional Review of "Sex Is Zero 2 (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)"

September 24, 2008

This professional review refers to Sex is Zero 2 (DVD) (First Press Edition) (Korea Version)
Given the massive success of Sex is Zero back in 2002, a sequel was always inevitable, and now, finally, Sex is Zero 2 arrives to challenge the sensibilities of viewers everywhere. Unsurprisingly, returning director Yoon Je Kyun was keen to raise the bar from the original, which in this case basically translates to even more sex, nudity and bad taste gags. The formula proved every bit as successful the second time around, with the film managing to notch up an impressive 1.5 million admissions in the first two weeks of release, proving that not all Korean comedies need be cute and fluffy to succeed.

The plot, such as it is, follows Eun Sik (Lim Chang Jung, also in the original, and recently in Scout), who has been dating sexy swimmer girlfriend Kyung Ah (Song Ji Hyo, in a very different role to that she played in Wishing Stairs) for three years without managing to get her into bed. Needless to say, this situation drives the poor man to a number of odd extremes as he tries to relieve his frustrations in a variety of increasingly desperate ways. After a handsome face from her past shows up and attempts to sweep her off her feet, he turns to his friends for advice, though most of them are either wrapped up in their own troubled relationships or are simply too crazy to do anything but complicate matters further.

Basically, Sex is Zero 2 is a faithful retread of its predecessor, following the same plot and even aping some of its gag scenes - not that this is a bad thing by any means, especially since the years since its release have not produced anything with the same successful brand of raunchy humour. For the most part the plot is entirely negligible, mainly revolving around the question as to when Eun Sik and Kyung Ah will finally have sex, interspersed with subplots about the other characters' bizarre and colourful relationships. Certainly, the swimming theme has quite blatantly only been included as an excuse to show the female cast members in skimpy costumes. Similarly, the K1 tournament seems like little more than an afterthought, and only comes into play during the climatic scenes - though it does at least make for some amusing physical comedy, with plenty of blows below the belt thrown in for good measure.

What matters here are the gags, and the film is certainly big on laughs, at least for those not afraid to let their minds stray to the gutter and whose stomachs and sensibilities are not easily shocked. The sexual content is certainly very graphic, with a great deal of sex and nudity, and with an extensive catalogue of risque jokes revolving around blow-up dolls, transvestites, bodily fluids, and lollipops being inserted where the sun most definitely does not shine. Despite this, the film is by no means misogynistic, or even particularly sexist, as the male cast members tend to end up naked every bit as often as their female colleagues, and are subject to the same barrage of abuse. As such, although it does wallow in gross out humour for the most part, the film is never mean spirited or cruel. Director Yoon shows a great sense of comic timing, and though of the lowest common denominator possible, at least some of the laughs are reasonably clever. If nothing else, the film definitely deserves some kind of award for the sheer number and variety of wacky sexual escapades, covering pretty much every situation imaginable.

As with the original, the laughs pretty much disappear during the last twenty minutes, as the plot turns serious, actually heading into some pretty dark, tragic territory as it attempts to make the switch to heavy drama. Surprisingly, this works very well, mainly due to the fact that although the characters have inevitably been played mainly for laughs during the running time, Yoon ensures that both Eun Sik and Kyung Ah never become jokes themselves, retaining a modicum of believability and depth, and with their relationship somehow managing to come across as being sweet and genuine. As a result, the film ends on a strangely moving note, arguably more so than with other, straight or serious efforts. It certainly helps that the cast are a generally likeable bunch and turn in game performances, putting on admirably brave faces despite the cavalcade of humiliations and disrobings they endure.

Of course, it's fair to say that the only real depths in Sex is Zero 2 are those that it plumbs, something that it does with enthusiasm and saucy inventiveness. On a par with, if not particularly discernable from the original, it guarantees a good time for broadminded viewers looking for unrestrained laughs and is one of the funnier Korean comedies of recent years.

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Customer Review of "Sex Is Zero 2 (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)

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February 11, 2011

This customer review refers to Sex is Zero 2 (DVD) (First Press Edition) (Korea Version)
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SIZ2 - naughty frolics with serious bits Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
(I watched this aaages ago, but never posted review. So here it is!) If you enjoyed the carry on antics of director Tae-yun Yun’s first innocent and daft SIZ movie, there's a good chance his second outing will also be to your favour (or not). Actor Chang-jung Im is the only person to really fill the shoes of Korea’s quirky, loveable oddities and he deliveries brilliant humour and concerned feelings yet again as Eun Sik. Most of the original "Sex is Zero" cast are featured apart from Ji Won Ha, but the antics haven’t changed much. Eun Sik’s hormones are still sexually frustrated, the guys and gals are as bonkers as ever (in more ways than one) and the sexual innuendo and situation comedy is what you’d expect from a SIZ; here though from slow gyrating aerobic ladies to female swimming instructors. Eun Sik cannot get any sex from his girlfriend Ah Kyung (really! love is 100%) so he has to provide other means of sexual expression by either getting drunk and then sleeping on the butt of a naked woman statue at the university campus or getting into Sunk Kook’s bad blow up doll ways (again!), although at least the latter is softer! But local campus swimming team ladies come to the rescue of the guys, with their various madcap antics of juvenilia and pet jealousies. Especially when a tall, curvy female swimming instructor enters and grabs Eun Sik’s attention (innuendo intended) and the other guys. (Kookiest bit is when one of the swimming instructor’s male army boyfriends goes AWOL to have a sex change, but then as a woman, falls in love with the woman’s friend).

Actress Ji Hyo Song as Ah Kyung is really very good, and her unhappy past reveals a bit more of a darker situation than the previous SIZ movie with sexual abuse as a theme here. Fair bit of nudity, too, (well, upper pectoral muscles anyway) but could their ever be a Sex is Zero 3? Well, if there is maybe next time we’ll witness an exploding blow up doll. Extras are quite funny, too! The one thing I love about Sung Kook Choi is his infections laughter on the bloopers; he’s surely the best corpser in K-dom. Brilliant! I loved his infectious laughter in "Oh My God 2", too! You just know that doing madcap scenes with a serious mien, Sung Kook is soon going to let rip off camera (well, caught on camera for the out-takes). So, more sizzely sex and hot campus shenanigans to ‘zero in on’ here and plenty of laughs and serious bits, too! Luckily no teary bits, so no need for the tissues, ahem, well…
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