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I can across this site called Muoi today through one of the Asian design sites I visit regularly. Very little of the site is in English but from what I can read it supports a Korean language film. The site has a lot of things going with custom cursors and resizing windows that comes to close to being too cheesy but it seems to pull it back just in time. The interface and content of the site are created by vines that grow through the background vegetation. While none of these elements are remarkable by themselves, the sum of the parts add up to an interesting experience that is a different and more creative departure from the traditional movie site.

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