Miracle in cell number 7. I cried a lot watching it. I cried,cried,sobbed and cried again and again. great actors. I felt the pain their characters have in the movie. too painful to watch but made me love my dad more. A must watch movie.

Here's the plot.

Lee Yong-go is a mentally challenged man with the intelligence of a 6-year-old, which is actually the age of his own daughter Ye-sung who is much smarter than her peers. The two of them lead a sad life while Yong-go makes a living by working in a parking lot of Happy Mart. But one day, when the police commissioner's young daughter dies in a strange accident because she slipped in a -18 ice and died painfully with a loosed bricked, Yong-go is the one who happens to find her. He is falsely accused and sentenced to death for abduction of minor. The police took advantage of his disability and forced him to admit that he murdered and abducted the girl. Ye-sung is sent to a childcare institution and Yong-go gets imprisoned and assigned to Cell No. 7, the harshest cell in a maximum security prison.
akirayuuki akirayuuki
26-30, F
2 Responses Aug 28, 2014

Didn't see that movie. I do cry during a sad movie or a happy ending.

Here's the link if you want to watch it. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J0YkaKW0II

I cried like a baby watching Hachi. One movie I get nervous watching just because I dont want to cry lol.

I feel you. I hate sad movies ugh!! lol