Never Forever is a 2007 South Korean-American romantic drama film, written and directed by Gina Kim, and starring Vera Farmiga. The film was critically acclaimed when it was first screened at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and won the Jury Prize at the Deauville American Film Festival. The Korean title 두번째 사랑 translates to Second Love.
Arriving home after her father-in-law's funeral, Sophie Lee (Vera Farmiga), a Caucasian woman, and her husband Andrew (David Lee McInnis), a Korean-American, have sex on their kitchen table; Andrew breaks down in her arms shortly after. At the doctor's office, Sophie is told that her husband's sperm isn't healthy enough to get her pregnant, and she pleads with Dr. Hanson (Marceline Hugot) to secretly give her someone else's sperm, though the doctor refuses.
|contentLocation||New York City|
|keywords||abortion alien artificial insemination asian man attempted suicide baby build buy caucasian chinatown david lee mcinnis dry cleaner first time give her someone else's sperm ha jung-woo how to illegal alien married meet morning new baby on the beach one night phone call pick up sterile sterility suicide taxi driver wait white people wrong address|
|producer||Andrew Fierberg Lee Chang-dong Lee Joon-dong|
|recordedAt||New York City|
|theme||dance romantic drama south korean|