映画

ヨンガシ / 연가시 (2012)

연가시

Yeongasi

(英題: Deranged)

監督:

パク・チョンウ

プロデュース:

Ozone Films

撮影の開始:

2011年11月13日

リリース日

2012年7月5日

出演:

キム・ミョンミン
 

ムン・ジョンヒ

キム・ドンワン

イ・ハニ

 

カンチョプ / 간첩 (2012)

간첩

Kancheop

  (英題スパイ Spy)

                                               監督:

  ウー·ミンホ우민호

                                                プ ロデュース:

   ロッテエンターテイメント

                                           撮影の開始:

   2012年4月6日

                                            リリース日

   2012年9月20日

                                           ウェブサイト:

Spy Official Website

ペースメーカー / 페이스메이커 (2011)

 

 

 

페이스메이커

( 英題:Pace Maker)

 

 監督
キム・ダルジュン/김달중
 
  脚本
 
Jeong Hyeon Ah/정현아
 
プロデューサー 
 
 Yun Ki Ho/윤기호
 
製作
 
 ドリーム・キャプチャー(代表キム・ミヒ)
 
共同製作
Eyiteubol
 
配給
Synergy(シナジー)
 
代理店
ロッテ・エンターテイメント
 
リリース 
2012年1月18日(中秋)
 
撮影の開始 
2011年4月11日
 
撮影終了 
 
2011年8月28日

 

朝鮮名探偵チョン・ヤギョン / 조선명탐정: 각시투구꽃의 비밀 (2011)

 

朝鮮   名探偵
조선 명탐정

 
監督:
キム・ソギュン
 
脚本:
 
製作会社:
Chungnyun 映画社
 
配給会社:
シューボックス
 
 撮影開始:
 2010年9月2日
 
 撮影終了目標期日:
 2010年 12月中旬
 
 公開目標期日:

2011年 陰暦正月

 

破壊された男 / 파괴된 사나이 (2010)

 
 
脚本・監督
 
ウ・ミノ
 
製作 
アイフイルム
 
リリース
2010年7月1日

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私の愛、私のそばに / 내 사랑 내 곁에 (2009)

Formerly known as "My Love By My Side"
 
Release date:  24 September 2009
 
Synopsis
Jong-woo is diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease which involves gradual paralysis of the body. When his mother dies, he meets a funeral service worker, Ji-soo, whom he knew back from his childhood, and falls in love with her. They are married a year later. Despite the worsening symptoms leaving Jong-woo barely able to hold his own spoon, he has never been happier than those moment he spends with his wife, Ji-soo. It is this that has given him the will to fight the disease with more determination than any other.
However, Jong-woo's condition continues to deteriorate. Despite his acknowledgment of the disease, he becomes increasingly anxious as he sees his body degenerate day by day. At length, the speech impediment that he so wanted to avoid begins... - Arirang
 
Main Cast:
*Kim Myung Min as Baek Jong-woo
*Ha Ji-won as Lee Ji-soo
 
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開放都市 / 무방비 도시 (2008)

 
 
Released on January 10, 2008

Synopsis
Baek Jang-mi (Son Ye-jin), a female boss of a small pickpocket ring keen to expand its territory in Seoul, draws some attention from authorities in both Korea and Japan by staging a series of high-stakes pickpocket forays in Osaka. Once she returns to Seoul, local police duly begin to track her every move, though her official job is a tattooist clad in a revealing dress.

Another dangerous woman named Kang Man-ok (Kim Hae-sook) comes into play. Kang used to be a veteran pickpocket, and the list of her crimes and convictions is quite long. As soon as Kang serves her time in prison, she encounters her former ring member, Baek Jang-mi, who hides her thorns inside.

Baek has set up a new pickpocket team and she wants Kang to lend her legendary hands so that they can hit it big, while conquering the lucrative market areas such as Myeongdong and Dongdaemun.

But the old "stealthy" hand expresses her will to stay clean by chewing none other than the sharp blade, a key tool used for stealing money from unsuspecting merchants and ordinary people.

What Kang does not foresee in her right decision to avoid the crime scene is her crisscrossed past, which has compromised her future. At the end of the lethal human spectrum stands Cho Dae-young (Kim Myung-min), a talented detective who has a traumatic experience about his mother...


 
 
Cast
Kim Myung Min as Jo Dae-yeong
Son Ye-jin as Baek Jang-mi
Kim Hae-sook  as Kang Man-ok
Son Byeong-ho as Oh Yeon-soo
Shim Ji-ho as Choi Seong-soo
Yoon Yoo-seon as Jo Soo-hyeon
Kim Byeong-ok  asHong Ki-taek/Hong Yong-taek
Ji Dae-han as  Kim Kwang-seob
Park Gil-soo as Son Yong-soo
Do Gi-seok  as Lee Won-jong
Kim Joon-bae as Franken
 
 
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Return/리턴 (2007)

 
Release
August 2007

Synopsis
Due to inadequate use of anesthetics, a young boy experiences “intra-operative awareness” during his own heart surgery, hearing every sound and movement of the procedure. From the scalpel slicing through his body and surgical saw cutting through his rib cage, he remains completely aware! Unable to respond from the muscle-relaxation used during his surgery, the little boy is severely traumatized from this horrific accident. As a result, the child ends up brutally murdering a young girl soon after the incident. The boy is placed in a mental institution. Several psychiatrists find interest in his case, and decide to utilize radical treatment methods in order to cure the child. Through the use of hypnotism, they succeed in sealing the part of the boy’s memory, his past and the personality that spawned from it. With this success, the boy is given a second chance and is placed to lead a normal life in society. 20 years later, the man’s childhood is once again unlocked from a series of events, and leads to a series of gruesome murders. On a mission to spread the same pain he suffered as a child, the killer becomes cruel yet clever. As the killing continues, each of the memories and the secrets that lie 20 years in the past are slowly revealed.

Source: http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr

Cast
Yoo Joon Sang (Nightmare, Tell Me Something)
Tae-Woo Kim (Hypnotized)
Kim Yoo-Mi (Doll Master, Phone)
Kim Myung-Min (Into The Mirror, Sorum)

 
 
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Into the Mirror/거울속으로 (2003)

 
Released: 2003
 
Synopsis:
Dreampia Department Store is preparing to re-open after being closed for a year due to a mysterious fire. Inside the store, a series of horrific serial murders are discovered. Late at night, an employee in the planning department Choi Mi-jeong is found in the restroom, having slit her throat with a pizza cutter. Next, Section Chief Kim from the General Affairs department dies alone at night in the elevator with a ball point pen thrust into his ear canal. The only commonalities in the cases are their location in front of mirrors, and the severe shock which helped to bring about their deaths.

Wu Young-min (Yoo Ji-tae), a former policeman who inadvertently brought about the death of his partner during a face-off with a criminal, has quit the force and now heads up security at Dreampia Department Store. Wu comes across his former rival and co-worker Ha Hyun-su (Kim Myung-min), who now heads the investigation into the recent murders at the department store. Hyun-su still blames Young-min for the death of their friend and is not interested in cooperation. The more clues they stumble on, the more strange and unnatural the truth becomes.

 
 
Cast:
  • Yoo Ji-tae as Wu Young-min
  • Kim Hye-na as Lee Ji-Hyun
  • Kim Myung Min as Ha Hyun-su
 
 
International Film Festivals
  2003 Tokyo FilmEx
  2005 Gerardmer International Fantastic Film Festival, Inédits Vidéos , Le Prix du Public Inedits Video Mad Movie
  2004 Fantasia Film Festival , Korean Cinema
  2004 Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival,
  2004 Mar del Plata International Film Festival ,
  2003 SSITGES International Film Festival of Catalonia,
 
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Sorum / Goosebumps / 소름 (2001)

 
Released: August 2001
 
Synopsis:
Looking for a fresh start, a young taxi driver moves into apartment #504 of a crumbing tenement. He soon discovers the previous tenant died mysteriously, and everyone on the floor is somehow connected to the dead man. After befriending the troubled neighbour living few doors down, he stumbles into an affair that sends them both down a dark path. But there's something else odd about the atmosphere in the run-down building. Does a ghost haunt those living here, or does true evil exist in those left alive?
 
Cast:
Kim Myung Min as Yong-hyun
Jang Jin Young as Sun-yeong
 
Awards:
2001 Blue Dragon Award: Best Actress (Jang Jin-Young)
2002 Fantasporto International Fantasy Film: Award Best Actress (Jang Jin-Young)
2002 Fantasporto International Fantasy Film: Award Best Director  (Yun Jong-chan)
2002 Fantasporto International Fantasy Film: Special Jury Award (Yun Jong-chan)
2002 Málaga International Week of Fantastic Cinema: Best Actress (Jang Jin-Young)
2001 Pusan Film Critics Awards: Best New Actor (Kim Myung Min)
2001 Pusan Film Critics Awards: Best New Actress (Jang Jin-Young)
2001 The 4th Director's Cut Awards: Best New Actor (Kim Myung Min)
2001 The 4th Director's Cut Awards Best Actress (Jang Jin-Young)
2001 Festival de Cine de Sitges Best Actress (Jang Jin-Young)
 
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