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Kwon Sang Woo (Actor) | T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | Cha Seung Won (Actor) | Kim Seung Woo (Actor)
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71 - Into the Fire (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
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During the devastating Korean War, there was a battle during which 71 South Korean soldiers stood guard at a middle school and defended an important strategic point from hundreds of North Korean soldiers. Director John H. Lee (A Moment to Remember) now brings that story to life with the spectacular war epic 71 - Into the Fire. Starring Kwon Sang Woo (Fate, Running Wild), T.O.P of Big Bang, Cha Seung Won (Blades of Blood), and Kim Seung Woo (Iris), the film explores the mindsets of both the young, inexperienced South Koreans soldiers and the tough, expert North Korean soldiers involved in this harrowing battle. Released in time to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the start of the Korean War and the sacrifice of those involved, Lee has produced a remarkable addition to the pantheon of great Korean War films.

In June 1950, a war between North and South Korea broke out, and it quickly engulfed the entire peninsula. A South Korean soldier (Kim Seung Woo) is ordered to take his troops to assist a group of young soldiers defend an area near the Nakdong River. The ragtag group of inexperienced soldiers, which includes criminal bad boy Gap Su (Kwon Sang Woo), is led by Jang Beom (T.O.P), the only one in the group with battle experience. After providing minimal training to the youth squadron, the expert soldiers go off to the Nakdong River to fight the North Koreans. However, the enemy battalion, led by General Park (Cha Seung Won), decided to take an alternate path in the direction of Jang Beom's squad.

Two-disc DVD Edition comes with audio commentary with screenwriter, director, and T.O.P., behind the scenes footage, interviews, press conference, and trailers. It also comes with four postcards.

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Product Title: 71 - Into the Fire (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) 71-Into the Fire (DVD) (雙碟裝) (初回限量版) (韓國版) 71-Into the Fire (DVD) (双碟装) (初回限量版) (韩国版) 戦火の中へ (DVD)(2枚組初回限定版)(韓国版) 포화 속으로 (DVD) (2디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)
Also known as: 在炮火中 / 到炮火中去 在炮火中 / 到炮火中去 砲火の中へ
Artist Name(s): Kwon Sang Woo (Actor) | T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | Cha Seung Won (Actor) | Kim Seung Woo (Actor) | Kim Hye Sung (Actor) | Park Jin Hee (Actor) | Kim Sung Ryung (Actor) 權 相佑 (Actor) | T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | 車勝元 (Actor) | 金承佑 (Actor) | Kim Hye Sung (Actor) | 樸真希 (Actor) | 金成玲 (Actor) 权 相佑 (Actor) | T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | 车胜元 (Actor) | 金承佑 (Actor) | Kim Hye Sung (Actor) | 樸真希 (Actor) | 金成玲 (Actor) クォン・サンウ (Actor) | T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | チャ・スンウォン (Actor) | キム・スンウ (Actor) | キム・へソン (Actor) | パク・チニ (Actor) | Kim Sung Ryung (Actor) 권 상우 (Actor) | 탑 (빅뱅) (Actor) | 차 승원 (Actor) | 김 승우 (Actor) | 김혜성 (Actor) | 박진희 (Actor) | 김성령 (Actor)
Director: John H. Lee 李 宰漢 李 宰汉 イ・ジェハン 이재한
Release Date: 2010-10-21
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Publisher: PRE.GM
Other Information: 2-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1023542247

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포화 속으로 (DVD) (2디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)

*Screen Format:
-DISC 1 – 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen
-DISC 2 – 4:3 Full Screen
*Sound Mix:
-DISC 1 – 한국어 돌비 서라운드 5.1, 한국어 DTS 5.1
-DISC 2 – 한국어 2.0
*Extras:
DISC 1
- 이재한 감독, 이만희 작가, 최승현(T.O.P)의 음성 코멘터리.
DISC 2 (약 80분)
1. 프리 프로덕션
2. 프러덕션 디자인
3. 한국전쟁 속 한도병: 생존 학도병 인터뷰
4. INTO THE FIRE -MAKING DOCUMENTARY
5. BEHIND THE SCENES
6. 포스터 메이킹 현장
7. 시사회 및 기자 간담회
8. 쇼케이스
9. 예고편

Director: 이재한

KEY POINT
▪이것이 진정한 꿈의 캐스팅이다. 최승현(T.O.P), 권상우, 차승원, 김승우. 한류스타 대거 출연.
▪이재한 감독 및 이만희 작가, 그리고 최승현(T.O.P)이 함께한 음성 코멘터리 포함, 볼거리 가득한 스페셜 피쳐의 2 디스크 버전.
▪2010년 6월 월드컵 특수 속 극장개봉 후 3,359,012명의 박스 오피스 기록.
▪71명 학도병의 감동 실화. 교복을 입은채 전쟁의 한복판에 섰던 이들. 다시 그들을 기억하라!
▪군번도, 소속도 없어 이름조차 남기지 못하고 포화속으로 사라져 간 수많은 젊은이들!
▪실감나는 전투 장면과 60년 전 전쟁 상황을 완벽 재현해 낸 세트, 소품, 의상, 무기, 특수 분장 등.
▪약 120억 원의 제작비가 투입된 진정한 한국형 블록버스터 전쟁 영화.
▪단순한 물량공세에 그치지 않고 끝까지 이야기를 이끌어가는 탄탄한 시나리오의 힘.
▪전쟁 이전, 이후 세대 모두에게 공감을 불러일으킬 수 있는 공통적인 정서가 배어있는 가장 한국적인 이야기.
▪영화 <약속><보리울의 여름> 연극 <돌아서서 떠나라><불 좀 꺼주세요>등 극작가이자 시나리오 작가인 이만희의 각본 참여.
▪슬프고도 위대한 전쟁의 뼈아픈 역사. 실화를 바탕으로 한 감동과 경이로움의 영화.
▪극장 개봉 전 칸 필름마켓을 통해 독일, 베네룩스 3국 등 유럽에 선판매.
▪<사요나라 이츠카> <내 머릿 속의 지우개>의 이재한 감독 작품. 비장미와 영상미가 동시에!
▪대한민국 대표 힙합그룹 빅뱅의 T.O.P. 학도병 오장범 역을 맡아 가슴을 울리는 절절한 연기로 화제 만발!
▪<말죽거리 잔혹사><동갑내기 과외하기><신부수업> 등의 원조 한류 스타 권상우의 폭발적 연기.
▪<혈이 누><신라의 달밤> 등의 폭풍 카리스마 차승원. 북한군 장교역으로 카리스마의 진수를 선보임.
▪<해변의 여인><연애,그 참을수 없는 가벼움> 등의 김승우. 전쟁 속 휴머니스트 국군 장교로 변신.


SYNOPSIS
낙동강 사수를 위한 최후전선. 이곳을 지키지 못하면 가족도, 고향도, 조국도 사라진다!

1950년 6월 25일 새벽 4시. 아무도 예상하지 못했던 한국 전쟁이 시작된다. 압도적인 화력으로 무장한 북한군은 파죽지세로 남쪽으로 진격을 거듭하고, 남한군의 패색은 짙어져만 간다. 전 세계가 제 3차대전의 공포에 휩싸이자 UN은 엄청난 수의 연합군을 대한민국에 파병할 것을 결정한다. 이미 더 이상 물러설 곳이 없는 남측은 연합군의 도착을 기다리며 낙동강 사수에 모든 것을 내걸고 남은 전력을 그곳으로 총집결 시킨다.

포항을 지키던 강석대(김승우)의 부대도 낙동강을 사수하기 위해 집결하라는 명령을 받는다. 하지만 이제 전선의 최전방이 되어버린 포항을 비워둘 수는 없는 상황. 강석대는 어쩔 수 없이 총 한 번 제대로 잡아 본 적 없는 71명의 학도병을 그곳에 남겨두고 떠난다. 유일하게 전투에 따라가 본 적이 있다는 이유로 장범(최승현-T.O.P)이 중대장으로 임명되지만, 소년원에 끌려가는 대신 전쟁터에 자원한 갑조(권상우) 무리는 대놓고 장범을 무시한다. 총알 한 발씩을 쏴보는 것으로 사격 훈련을 마친 71명의 소년들은 군인들이 모두 떠난 포항에서 앞으로 어떤 일이 벌어질 지 모른 채 석대의 부대가 다시 돌아오기만을 기다린다.


*구성
출연배우 4인의 엽서 4종 + 영화 리플렛
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Professional Review of "71 - Into the Fire (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"

November 17, 2010

This professional review refers to 71 - Into the Fire (DVD) (Single Disc) (Korea Version)
Korean war films tend to have an even more tragic feel to them due to the fact that they usually revolve around the North South conflict which has split the country into two. This is certainly the case with 71 - Into the Fire from A Moment to Remember director John H. Lee, which recalls a particularly poignant battle that saw 71 young South Korean student soldiers attempting to defend their strategically placed school from a Northern onslaught. With a cast headlined by T.O.P of the pop group Big Bang (real name Choi Seung Hyeon) and Kwon Sang Woo (Fate and Running Wild), supported by veteran actors Cha Seung Won (recently in Blades of Blood) and Kim Seung Woo (Iris), the film's release was specifically timed to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the start of the Korean War and to commemorate the memory of those lost.

The film takes place after the outbreak of the Korean War in 1950, and begins with a South Korean commander (Kim Seung Woo) being ordered by his superiors to deploy a band of 71 volunteer student soldiers to defend the middle school in the town of Pohang, a location of considerable strategic importance. Unfortunately, he and his men are soon called away to fight in the battle of Nakdong River, leaving the inexperienced young men to fend for themselves. Led by Jang Beom (T.O.P), the only one of them to have combat experience of any kind, they desperately try to hold their position from an attacking enemy battalion, headed by grizzled North Korean veteran General Park (Cha Seung Won).

71 - Into the Fire is very much in line with Korean War genre highpoint, the Kang Je Gyu directed blockbuster Taegukgi being a historically rooted epic that mixes tough battle scenes with personal tragedy and a focus on the human cost. Thankfully, the film is not too heavy handed on this score, and despite having a background mainly in romantic comedies, director John H. Lee manages to avoid anything too melodramatic or cheaply emotional, aside from a few voice over scenes involving letters from Jang Beom to his mother. The film is actually very even handed, with even the North Korean soldiers never being overly demonised. The fact of the students' young ages and their complete lack of combat experience plays a big part in the film, leading to some difficult moral choices for both the South and the North, and this furthers the tragedy whilst adding a little depth.

Unsurprisingly, the film is a pretty downbeat affair, though this fits the subject material, and it definitely benefits from an absence of nationalism or rousing Hollywood style motivational speeches. Though it does have a few moments of humour and is grounded by a winning and convincing sense of camaraderie, on the whole the film is tense and doom-laden, with there being a sense of inevitability having over the proceedings as the final battle approaches, which the viewer is only too aware will likely leave most of the cast dead. Although thinly sketched, the students are generally a likeable bunch, and never make any sudden leaps into idealism or suddenly transform into battle hardened killers. Rivalries within the group also make for another level of drama, as Kwon Sang Woo's rebellious criminal butts heads with Jang Beom for leadership before their eventual friendship blossoms. The acting is of a decent standard, with T.O.P doing a good job and shouldering his pivotal role with surprising maturity, and with Cha Seung Won delivering the film's other standout performance as the tough North Korean general. As a result, the film does get quite hard going during the last act when the bodies start to pile up, and the film carries a real emotional punch as it reaches its grim conclusion.

Lee gives the film a gritty look, with most of the cast spending the entire running time with mud caked faces and blood splattered clothes. The film never shies away from the harsh realities of the students' desperate situation, dealing not only with the threat of the approaching enemy, but also with their ever dwindling supplies of food and ammunition. The battle scenes are suitably visceral and violent, filled with people being blown to pieces and losing limbs in bloody explosions. Although the film could certainly have done without some the slow motion, which notably detracts from the overall sense of realism, it is for the most part well handled and epic, making good use of its big budget to give a sense of scale and historical detail.

71 - Into the Fire is certainly one of the best Korean War epics of the last couple of years, and deserves to be mentioned in the same breath as Taegukgi. Thrilling, tragic and thoughtful, it shows the best of the war genre, highlighting the sacrifices made and the human cost of conflict, without needing to spend the whole film hammering the viewer over the head with obvious melodrama or platitudes.

by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com

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August 31, 2011

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touching Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
A very moving story about a group of voluntary students defending a middle school when the North Korean soldiers were trying to capture the whole of South Korea. These 71 inexperienced young men bravely carried out their duties and died for their country. Impressive performance by Kwon Sang Woo.
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October 30, 2010

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Amazing Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I was incredibly lucky to see this film in a theater when it came for our local Asian film festival. The acting from each an every one of these actors is phenomenal. TOP has grown so much as an actor from IRIS (which I found his acting to be subpar). The film is heartbreaking but beautiful in it's own right.

Highly recommend this film. For history buffs, for just someone who wants to see a good movie.
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October 25, 2010

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Freakin' Amazing Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
First time seeing an idol who can act. TOP was amazing, he was really immersed in his role and shed his idol image completely. You will actually believe that he's only a vulnerable student in the film. Played out perfectly to display the cruelties of the war and a lot of really good action. I absolutely loved the movie.
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October 20, 2010

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its been awhile Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
I know war isn't a good thing, but I love these kind of films. I saw this actually on my flight during my travels. if you like war movies and history. this is it. watch as inexperienced student soldiers fight against veteran soldiers lead by a general ready to kill any who defies him compared to a student leader who had battle experience but never fired a single bullet.
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