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  • Minority Opinion (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3 Yoon Kye Sang (Actor) | Yu Hae Jin (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Kim Ok Bin (Actor)
    On January 20, 2009, 40 tenants living in Korea's Yongsan district were evicted from their home due to the urban renewal redevelopment. Five demonstrators and a police officer died in the ensuing riot. Based on Son Ah Ram's same-titled novel about the incident, Blood Rain producer Kim Sung Je's directorial debut gives voice to the protesters and allows audiences to listen to the Minority Opinion. Yoon Kye Sang (The Bacchus Lady) stars as a rookie lawyer seeking legal justice for Lee Kyung Young's (Inside Men) protestor, who is accused of murdering a policeman. Yu Hae Jin (Luck-Key) and Kim Ok Bin (11 A.M.) also co-star in the courtroom drama. Screened at the 2015 Busan International Film Festival, Minority Opinion (a.k.a. The Unfair) was named one of the Top 10 Films of the Year at the 2015 Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, and won Best Screenplay at the 2015 Blue Dragon Film Awards and the Buil Film Awards. Lee Kyung Young was also awarded Best Supporting Actor at the 2015 Buil Film Awards and the 2016 Baeksang Arts Awards.

    An urban renewal project is given the green light and residents are forced to move. Park Jae Ho (Lee Kyung Young) and other tenants refuse to leave, resulting in a riot that leads to the death of Jae Ho's 16-year-old son and a police officer. Jae Ho is accused of murdering the policeman but he insists that he unintentionally killed the policeman out of self-defense in order to protect his son from being beaten. Young public attorney Yoon Jin Won (Yoon Kye Sang) is assigned to defend Jae Ho and becomes suspicious of the case. With the help of passionate reporter Gong Soo Kyung (Kim Ok Bin) and fellow lawyer Jang Dae Seok (Yu Hae Jin), Jin Won vows to look for the truth.

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  • Fabricated City (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Ji Chang Wook (Actor) | Shim Eun Kyung (Actor) | Ahn Jae Hong (Actor) | Park Kwang Hyun (Writer, Director)
    Twelve years after the smash hit Welcome to Dongmakgol, director Park Kwang Hyun creates a Fabricated City in his sophomore feature, an action crime thriller that depicts a gloomy society controlled by an autocratic power. Best known for hit TV dramas like The K2 and Healer, Ji Chang Wook makes his first foray onto the silver screen as an unemployed game addict who gets framed for murder. Shim Eun Kyung (Missing You) and Ahn Jae Hong (The King of Jokgu) co-star as fellow gamers who help prove the protagonist's innocence, while Kim Sang Ho (The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale) plays a brutal prisoner.

    After being expelled from the national taekwondo team, Kwon Yoo (Ji Chang Wook) becomes addicted to computer games. While playing in an Internet café, the unemployed youth receives a call from a mysterious girl who asks him to help find her phone. After returning the phone to the caller, he is suddenly arrested and accused of raping and murdering a high school girl. His lawyer (Oh Jung Se, Life Risking Romance) persuades him to admit to the crime but Kwon Yoo insists on his innocence. He is eventually sent to jail where he gets cruelly beaten by fellow inmate Ma Deok Soo (Kim Sang Ho). After escaping from the prison with the help of a sympathetic serial killer, Kwon Yoo teams up with other gamers, including genius hacker Yeo Wool (Shim Eun Kyung) and special effects specialist Demolition (Ahn Jae Hong), to uncover the dark secret behind the case.

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  • The Moment (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Kaman Kong (Actor) | Gordon Lam (Actor) | Eric Kwok (Actor) | Poon Chan Leung (Actor)
    The nostalgic ensemble drama The Moment sends a love letter to Hong Kong through four stories linked by a portrait studio. Veteran television director and writer Wong Kwok Fai's debut feature gathers an eclectic locally minded cast that includes Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor winner Gordon Lam (Trivisa), Dada Chan (Vulgaria), singer Eric Suen, Kelvin Kwan (One Night in Taipei), TV actress Kaman Kong, stage actor Poon Chan Leung, music producer Eric Kwok (Robbery) and his wife, Grace Ip.

    A real estate agent (Poon Chan Leung) is tasked to acquire an old property that houses a traditional photo studio, but the owner (Richard Ng) is bedridden and his tired son (Gordon Lam) refuses to sell. A middle-aged man (Eric Suen) picks up a young woman (Kaman Kong), only to find out that she's his daughter seeking answers on why he left her mother years ago. A celebrity couple (Dada Chan, Kelvin Kwan) have recently broken up, but they get cast opposite each other in a romantic film. A woman (Grace Ip) rejects the proposal of her boyfriend (Eric Kwok), but regrets the decision afterwards and tries to win him back.

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