Junior is a pretty and rich young miss who's living a happy life, has lots of friends and a handsome boyfriend. One day, she decides to do plastic surgery because she couldn't stand her friends saying how big her cheeks was. She does it without knowing that she is allergic to chemicals, and that causes acne/pimples all over her face. After the incident, her friends and boyfriend starts ditching her by giving excuses. She can't stand the social life she's living among (where everyone is disgusted by her), so she begs her parents to study at a college in the countryside to have a treatment at the college's hospital, and to follow her dream guy from her favorite fiction. And that's where she meets Seua, a very handsome cheeky guy. -- AsianFuse
Runtime: 60 minutes
Ugly Duckling Series: Perfect Match - Silly Symphony - Netflix
Silly Symphony is a series of 75 animated short films produced by Walt Disney Productions from 1929 to 1939. As their name implies, the Silly Symphonies were originally intended as whimsical accompaniments to pieces of music. As such, the films usually had independent continuity and did not feature continuing characters, unlike the Mickey Mouse shorts produced by Disney at the same time (exceptions to this include Three Little Pigs, The Tortoise and the Hare, and Three Orphan Kittens, which all had sequels). The series is notable for its innovation with Technicolor and the multiplane motion picture camera, as well as its introduction of the character Donald Duck making his first appearance in the Silly Symphony cartoon The Wise Little Hen in 1934. it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film seven times. The series also spawned a Disney media franchise that included the Silly Symphonies newspaper comic strip distributed by King Features Syndicate, the Dell comic book series Silly Symphonies, as well as several children's books, many of which were based on Silly Symphony cartoons.
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The series was first distributed by Pat Powers from 1929 to 1930 and released by Celebrity Productions (1929–1930) indirectly through Columbia Pictures. The original basis of the cartoons was musical novelty, and the musical scores of the first cartoons were composed by Carl Stalling.
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