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Different lives of brothers televised by different countries. Quite a separate story but try watching those if you're into history.
Recommended by Joe Shiren - 9 days ago
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My pistachio is a short film about a boy having a crush on his friend. He tries out to be the main actor in his play but he is just ignored. Circumstances mans that the main actor is unable to play and so he steps in and finally gets to confess his love to his friend.
Recommended by 09Maxtul_x - 11 days ago
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Very creepy, slow burn movies with a lot of symbolism

Both make you think long after you finish viewing them, requiring you to unpack what you just watched
Recommended by ClassyApples - 11 days ago
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Recommended by ysi - 13 days ago
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both kinda talk about the same subject. the FL from HSH lies to her fiance and mother in law about her families house and pretends to live in an upscale apartment that's really owned by her friend.
Recommended by XingBack - 14 days ago
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Both films are about lesbian couples and deal with the pressures and prejudices they face in South Korean society.
Recommended by H-E-D - 14 days ago
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It from the same director, if you like the realistic way with stunning cinematography. You will enjoy both film. I felt like the director very creative directing two normal love story become very unique and unforgettable.
Recommended by Nitipit Namotai - 15 days ago
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Without spoiling both movies, the ending is super similar in both movies. Both end well..................ALSO both girls hold a similar secret. Recommend both
Recommended by Daylightstar - 16 days ago
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Both are coming of age films revolving around 3 friends, involved in a love triangle which doesn't have a climax in choosing one or the other.
And both of them have a similar vibe, just beautiful experience to watch.
Recommended by Yellow Dragon - 16 days ago
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-Both are Japanese movies with cute high school romance

-Love triangle involved

-Similar female leads
Recommended by deiu - 17 days ago
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Both are mind games where the protagonist has to win against a lot of people.
In "Liar game" the main character has a person to trust while in "Kakegurui" everyone is working on their own.
Recommended by KpopFreak9922 - 18 days ago
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Both are psychological japanese movies with smart male leads that can solve all the mysteries.
Liar game is a franchise about mind games with money as the objective, while 12 suicidal children is about solving a mystery while in a life or death situation.
Both make you think very hard in order to find the answer.
Both are very impactful.
The last stage is a lot more like "Kakegurui" and less like "12 suicidal children" but it still fits that type of feeling.
Recommended by KpopFreak9922 - 18 days ago
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Both are psychological japanese movies with smart male leads that can solve all the mysteries.
Liar game is a franchise about mind games with money as the objective, while 12 suicidal children is about solving a mystery while in a life or death situation.
Both make you think very hard in order to find the answer.
Both are very impactful.
In the second season the games are more intense and come closer to the mind games in "12 suicidal children".
Recommended by KpopFreak9922 - 18 days ago
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Both are psychological and make you think outside the box while in a life or death situation.
Both have a male lead that can solve the crime (L and number 5).
Both have life as a tool and not as something given. Kira plays with people's lives while the 12 teens that are in "12 suicidal children" want to give their lives away.
Recommended by KpopFreak9922 - 18 days ago
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Both are psychological and make you think outside the box while in a life or death situation.
Both have a male lead that can solve the crime (L and number 5).
Both have life as a tool and not as something given. Kira plays with people's lives while the 12 teens that are in "12 suicidal children" want to give their lives away.
Recommended by KpopFreak9922 - 18 days ago