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White Night (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A

Han Suk Kyu (Actor) | Ko Su (Actor) | Son Ye Jin (Actor) | Lee Min Jung (Actor)
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Higashino Keigo's suspense novel Byakuyako, which inspired a 2006 TV drama in Japan, has been adapted for the big screen in Korea. Helmed by first-time director Park Shin Woo, White Night stars top actress Son Ye Jin and television star Ko Su (Will It Snow For Christmas?) as lovers who live in the shadow of murder, a teenage tragedy that continues to haunt and drive them over a decade later. Han Suk Kyu (An Eye for an Eye) plays the dogged detective who opens the Pandora's box, revealing a dark, harrowing, and emotionally compelling crime thriller.

Fourteen years ago, Mi Ho (Son Ye Jin) and Yo Han (Ko Su) committed a terrible crime to protect each other. The tragedies of their youth follow them into adulthood as they go to great lengths to keep their past a secret. While investigating a murder case, Detective Han (Han Suk Kyu) discovers a connection between his current case to another unsolved murder that has been eating at him for the last fourteen years. As the statute of limitations approaches, the dogged detective reopens the file, and follows the new crime trail back to the past, coming closer and closer to the grueling truth.

This edition comes with making of, art direction featurette, deleted scenes, a short film, music video, trailers, and other special features.

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Product Title: White Night (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) 白夜行 (2009) (Blu-ray) (首批限量版) (韓國版) 白夜行 (2009) (Blu-ray) (首批限量版) (韩国版) 白夜行 - 白い闇の中を歩く (2009) (Blu-ray) (初回限定版) (韓国版) 백야행 (블루레이) (초회한정판) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Han Suk Kyu (Actor) | Ko Su (Actor) | Son Ye Jin (Actor) | Lee Min Jung (Actor) | Park Sung Woong (Actor) 韓石圭 (Actor) | 高修 (Actor) | 孫 藝珍 (Actor) | 李敏貞 (Actor) | 朴誠雄 (Actor) 韩石圭 (Actor) | 高修 (Actor) | 孙 艺珍 (Actor) | 李敏贞 (Actor) | 朴诚雄 (Actor) ハン・ソッキュ (Actor) | コ・ス (Actor) | ソン・イェジン (Actor) | イ・ミンジョン (Actor) | パク・ソンウン (Actor) 한 석규 (Actor) | 고 수 (Actor) | 손 예진 (Actor) | 이민정 (Actor) | 박성웅 (Actor)
Producer: Kang Woo Suk 康祐碩 康佑硕 佑硕 カン・ウソク 강우석
Blu-ray Region Code: A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2012-05-04
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC, [HD] High Definition What is it?
Sound Information: DTS-HD Master Audio
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Rating: III
Publisher: CJ E&M
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1030792506

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백야행 (블루레이) (초회한정판) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 2.35:1 1080P AVC
*Sound Mix: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
-Commentary by 박신우 감독, 손예진, 고 수, 이창재 촬영감독
-하얀 어둠 속을 걷다(메이킹)
-단편 [미성년자 관람불가]
-뮤직비디오 Nell “내가 바라는 나”
-티저 예고편

*Director: 박신우

-CJ E&M의 18번째 한국영화 블루레이 [백야행]
-대한민국 최고의 흥행배우 한석규, 손예진, 고수 캐스팅!
기존 이미지를 넘어선, 새롭고 매혹적인 캐릭터 창출!
-원작자 히가시노 게이고가 극찬한 시나리오!
원작 뛰어 넘는, 최고의 기대작 <백야행-하얀 어둠 속을 걷다>
-관찰자의 시점에서 비롯된 미스터리 구조
두 개의 시점이 교차되면서 본격 이야기 구조 스타트
모든 퍼즐이 맞춰지면 진실이 드러난다!

운명은 이들을 하얀 어둠 속으로 몰아 넣었다!

출소한 지 얼마 안된 한 남자가 잔인하게 살해 당한다. 이 사건이 14년 전 발생한 한 살인사건과 연관되어 있음을 안 수사팀은 담당형사였던 동수(한석규 분)를 찾아가고, 그는 본능적으로 당시 피해자의 아들이었던 요한(고수 분)이 연루되어 있음을 직감한다
한편, 재벌총수 승조의 비서실장 시영(이민정 분)은 승조를 위해 그의 약혼녀 미호(손예진 분)의 뒤를 쫓는다. 모든 면에서 완벽한 미호. 하지만 비현실적일 만큼 완벽했던 미호에게 석연치 않은 과거의 흔적이 발견되면서, 그녀 곁에 그림자처럼 맴돌고 있는 존재를 발견하게 된다.

과거를 지우는 여자와 오늘이 없는 남자, 빛과 그림자가 되다!
서로 다른 대상을 쫓다 한 자리에서 만나게 된 시영과 동수. 그들은 요한과 미호의 과거에 관한 충격적인 사실을 알게 된다. 14년 전 발생했던 사건의 살인용의자가 미호의 엄마, 피살자가 요한의 아빠였으며, 새로운 삶을 살고 있는 미호와 달리 요한은 여전히 어둠 속에 갇혀 살고 있다는 것이다.
마치 빛과 그림자처럼……

14년 전, 그리고 현재까지 계속되는 미스터리한 살인사건들.
과연, 진실은 무엇일까?
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Professional Review of "White Night (Blu-ray) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"

May 12, 2010

This professional review refers to White Night (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)
The Japanese crime novel Byakuyako by author Higashino Keigo's gets its second screen outing with the Korean film White Night having already been adapted for a 2006 domestic television drama. This cinematic version of the dark, harrowing tale of murder and abuse marks the debut of Korean director Park Shin Woo, and stars popular and acclaimed actress Son Ye Jin (also in the likes of A Moment to Remember and The Art of Seduction) and television actor Ko Su (Will It Snow For Christmas?) in the lead roles, with support from Han Suk Kyu (An Eye for an Eye) and Lee Min Jung (Searching for the Elephant).

The film gets off to a hard hitting start, intercutting between a sex scene featuring the beautiful Mi Ho (Son Ye Jin) and her fiance and shots of a young man called Yo Han (Ko Su) committing a brutal murder. Although these two characters and scenes seem unconnected, as Detective Han (Han Suk Kyu) discovers, they are in fact linked to another killing that took place 14 years back, which is just about to pass beyond the statute of limitations. As Han digs further, his investigation reveals that Mi Ho and Yo Han share a horrific and tragic past, one which threatens to cause yet more bloodshed in the present day.

White Night is a deeply complex film with a powerful central mystery, and though it gets off to a slow, and often confusing start, once it gets its claws into the viewer it really refuses to let go. The film is one which doesn't spoon-feed its answers and which requires a fair amount of concentration, something which, in a time when dumbing down films is the accepted norm, makes for a refreshing and stimulating change. Often leaping around its timeframe without much warning, and featuring plenty of character reversals and murky motivations, it also benefits from focusing its plot not around who has committed the present day murders, but why. This leaves Park free from having to employ any unnecessary or artificial plot twists, and the film works not only as a highly intelligent detective thriller, but also as an involving and moving character drama, with both Mi Ho and Yo Han making for intriguing, ambiguous figures.

Since the two, and indeed most of the cast are tortured and emotionally damaged, with even Detective Han having sorrowful secrets of his own, the film does unsurprisingly head for some very dark places, and makes for grim viewing through to its bleak, downbeat conclusion. At the same time, director Park wisely never takes a judgmental approach to any of the characters or events, and this makes the film both morally challenging and heart rending, being ultimately about love and devotion, albeit in the most depression of fashions. All of the cast are up to the challenge of the material, with Son Ye Jin in particular turning in a brave, multi layered performance that effectively provides the film with its touching, yet twisted emotional core.

The film engages the eyes as well as the mind, with Park's direction being elegant and impressively stylish in the modern noir manner and featuring some impeccable and quite beautiful shot compositions. Such a handsome and deceptively quiet veneer works well to provide a comparison with the darkness lurking beneath the film's surface, as does the delicate classical music soundtrack. The film does pack in a lot of adult content, as befits its themes, with a fair amount of graphic sex, as well as some creative and gruesome murder scenes. This gives the proceedings a hard edge, as does the fact that the film is pleasingly ruthless with its characters, killing off a number of sympathetic figures at suitably unexpected moments. As a result, it makes for tense, exciting viewing, with the last forty five minutes providing genuinely edge of the seat entertainment.

All of this combines to make White Night one of the best Korean films of the last year, and certainly one of the few mystery thrillers not to patronise its audience with easy answers or comfortable resolutions. Directed and composed with a real sense of craftsmanship, the film grips from the first frame, and though it doesn't exactly make for cheerful viewing, it entertains and satisfies all the way to its admirably dark conclusion.

by James Mudge -

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