South Korea, 2009, 130 Minute Running Time
Topics: Asian, Crime, Cult
Programs: John Schlesinger Award, World Cinema Now
Language: Korean English Sub-Titles
Awards: "Bangkok/Golden Kinnaree Singapore/Silver Screen Fantasia/Jury Best film, Best Male performance"
Song-hoon is a violent, foul-mouthed enforcer for local gangster Man-shik. But things change when an unlikely bond develops between him and wayward schoolgirl, Han Yeon-hee. This semi-autobiographical, often brutal look at cyclical violence shows how love might just redeem a lost soul. The most prize-laden Korean film of last year.
DIRECTOR: Yang Ik-June
Producer: Yang Ik-June
Editor: Lee Yeun-Jung, Yang Ik-June
Screenwriter: Yang Ik-June
Cinematographer: Yun Jong-Ho
Music: The Invisible Fish
Principal Cast: Yang Ik-June, Kim Kkobbi, Lee Hwan
Filmography: Debut Feature
Print Source: Showbox/Mediaplex
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