Papa (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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YesAsia Editorial Description
Agitated talent manager Choon Seob (Park Yong Woo) is forced to try his luck in America after his singer runs off. He enters a paper marriage in order to attain residency, but finds himself the unwitting father of a large multicultural family when his wife passes away. His wife had six children from previous marriages, and harried eldest daughter June (Go Ara) is determined to keep the family together, even if it means bringing an unwilling guardian into the house. Choon Seob can only play along since he has no money, no English-language skills, and nowhere to go. He realizes he's inadvertently hit the jackpot when it turns out June is a phenomenal singer.
This edition comes with making-of, poster shoot, unreleased footage, and other extras.
|Product Title:||Papa (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) Papa (DVD) (雙碟裝) (首批限量版) (韓國版) Papa (DVD) (双碟装) (首批限量版) (韩国版) パパ (DVD) (2-Disc) (初回限定版) (韓国版) 파파 (DVD) (2디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)|
|Artist Name(s):||Park Yong Woo (Actor) | Go Ara (Actor) | Daniel Henney (Actor) | Son Byung Ho (Actor) 朴埇佑 (Actor) | 高雅娜 (Actor) | Daniel Henney (Actor) | 孫秉浩 (Actor) 朴埇佑 (Actor) | 高雅娜 (Actor) | Daniel Henney (Actor) | 孙秉浩 (Actor) パク・ヨンウ (Actor) | Ara（コ・アラ） (Actor) | ダニエル・ヘニー (Actor) | ソン・ビョンホ (Actor) 박용우 (Actor) | 고 아라 (Actor) | 다니엘 헤니 (Actor) | 손병호 (Actor)|
|Director:||Han Ji Seung Han Ji Seung Han Ji Seung ハン・ジスン 한지승|
|Country of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1030869681|
Disc 1 – 2.35 : 1 Anamorphic Widescreen
Disc 2 – 16 : 9 Anamorphic Widescreen
Disc 1 – Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc 2 – Dolby Digital 2.0
1. 메이킹 다큐
2. 포스터 촬영
3. 고아라 댄스
4. 미공개 영상
코미디로 돌아온 개성파 배우 박용우, 충무로의 HOT 기대주 고아라!
[연애시대] 한지승 감독과의 특별한 만남!
도시의 마천루와 화려한 야경! 미국 애틀란타 올 로케이션 촬영!
<미녀는 괴로워>보다 흥겹고 <과속 스캔들> 보다 유쾌하다!
재기 발랄한 에피소드, 신나는 음악과 춤의 향연!
연기파 배우 손병호 카리스마 넘치는 심혜진, 미남 스타 다니엘 헤니와
할리우드 아역 기대주들의 완벽한 앙상블!
“맹세코 우리는 한 가족입니다!”
법적 보호자가 필요한 6남매와 불법체류자가 되어버린 매니저가 가족으로 뭉쳤다!
한국 가요계의 마이다스의 손이었지만 미국으로 도망간 톱스타를 찾다 불법체류자 신세가 되어버린 매니저 춘섭(박용우). 시민권이 필요한 춘섭은 동생들과 뿔뿔이 헤어지지 않기 위해 법적 보호자가 필요한 준(고아라)과 서로의 생존을 위해 가족으로 뭉친다. 천재적 예능감을 숨긴 채 까칠한 책임감으로 똘똘 뭉친 한국계 첫째 딸 준을 시작으로, 100kg에 육박하는 흑인계로 대장금을 통해 한국말을 배워 고전 한국어에 능통한 둘째 아들과 스모키 화장에 이슬람계의 시니컬한 얼음소녀 셋째, 랩으로 세계 제패를 꿈꾸는 백인계 쌍둥이 아들 둘과 파파를 향한 무한 애정을 지닌 히스패닉계 핑크공주 막내 여섯째까지, 피부색도 제 각각인데다 말까지 통하지 않는 그들과 춘섭은 불편한 한 집 생활을 시작한다. 보호자라는 이름으로 육아부터 가사일, 생계비까지 떠맡게 된 춘섭. 엎친 데 덮친 격으로 한국에서 악덕 매니지먼트 대표인 도사장(손병호)이 빚을 갚으라며 독촉한다. 도사장의 손아귀에서 벗어나기 위해 고민을 하던 춘섭은 우연히 자신과 6남매의 인생을 한방에 바꿀 수 있는 기회를 발견하고 준에게 놀라운 제안을 하는데..
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Professional Review of "Papa (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"
Papa is a Korean film with a musical flavour, following popular actor Park Yong Woo (Handphone) as a rogue who ends up taking care of a family of multi-racial kids and trying to help a young girl to fulfil her dreams as a singer. Starring alongside him and showing off her own singing and dancing skills is SM Entertainment's up and coming actress Go Ara, who found fame in television series such as No Limit and Snow Flower and recently also featured in the film Pacemaker. Directed by Han Ji Seung (Venus and Mars), the film was shot mostly in America and partly in the English language, and also includes an appearance from heartthrob Daniel Henney.
Park Yong Woo plays Choon Seob, a down on his luck talent manager who fled Korea for America some years back after trouble with one of his stars. Unfortunately, the contract marriage he enters into in order to get a residency permit turns out to be short lived after his wife dies, leaving him no less than six children from her many previous marriages, all of whom are from different races. The children have been taken care of for some time by the eldest daughter June (Go Ara), who is hiding an amazing talent as a singer and dancer. Desperate for money, Choon Seob pushes her to enter a talent contest, and she agrees, hoping to find a way to keep their family together.
Whether or not you enjoy Papa really depends on what you're looking for, as Han's film is from the very start an openly melodramatic, sentimental and feel good affair. All the elements and cliches of the genre are present and correct, with the initially rascally Choon Seob slowly but surely learning life lessons as he warms to the kids and changes his ways, becoming a better person in the process. Family is the main theme here, Han extolling the virtues of sacrifice and of people supporting and taking care of each other, the film's main drama stemming from the question of whether or not the children will be split up and sent to orphanages without a proper guardian. This is mixed in with an idealistic belief in following your dreams, and though there are plenty of tears and ups and downs along the way, the film has an unabashedly upbeat air, with plenty of pop songs and musical montage interludes on the way to its big concert finale.
There's no doubt that all of this will be pretty grating for some viewers, not least since the film is packed full of cutesy kids, each of whom has their own supposedly charming gimmick or talent. The multi-racial angle is frankly a bit strange, and feels very much like it was shoe-horned into the film without much thought other than using it to further demonstrate kindness and acceptance. However, Han certainly embraces this, going all out with the heartstring-tugging and sappy silliness, and for those on the right wavelength the film is likely to be moving and fun. Even for those annoyed by its predictability and saccharine sweetness, it's hard to deny that the film is a genuinely warm and compassionate affair, and though simplistic, it's impossible to argue with its well-intentioned messages.
Giving the film a considerable lift are headline stars Park Yong Woo and Go Ara, both of whom manage to bring a touch of depth to their thinly written characters. Park does a great job in a fairly typical part, making Choon Seob a likeable fool, and though his redemptive journey is entirely inevitable, it's more engaging than it probably should be. Go Ara shines in a role which seems suspiciously tailored to her talents, attaining a decent emotional range and maturity, and impressing with her singing and dancing. This is just as well, as the film suffers from a western supporting cast made up of the usual non-actors and amateurs, with some fairly dreadful performances, and a script filled with odd lines and stilted dialogue (a case in point being some of the bizarre "yo" heavy crimes against rap perpetrated by the young boys).
Still, for those won over by its big heart and abundance of positive vibes, Papa should make for enjoyable and affecting viewing, even more so if they enjoy bouncy pop music. Director Han Ji Seung succeeds in his modest ambitions, and though anyone looking for something grounded and gritty would be best to steer clear, as a family friendly piece of fluff, the film largely manages to tick all the right boxes.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com