Inside Men (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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Gangster Ahn Sang Goo (Lee Byung Hun) cooperates with Lee Kang Hee (Baek Yoon Shik), the influential editor-in-chief of a leading conservative newspaper, to support congressman Jang Pil Woo (Lee Kyung Young) as the leading candidate in the presidential race. When Ahn Sang Goo threatens Jang Pil Woo with evidence of his bribery, he ends up with a dismembered hand. Years later, Ahn Sang Goo meets ambitious prosecutor Woo Jang Hoon (Cho Seung Woo) and the two hatch up a plot to bring the villains to justice.
The three-disc release includes the 130-minute Theatrical Cut and the 180-minute Original Director's Cut of Inside Men. This edition also comes with ten postcards with frame, a 36-page photobook, making-of footage, commentaries, deleted scenes, character introduction and trailers.
|Product Title:||Inside Men (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) 寒流黑金 (DVD) (三碟裝) (首批限量版) (韓國版) 寒流黑金 (DVD) (三碟装) (首批限量版) (韩国版) 寒流黑金 (DVD) (三碟裝) (首批限量版) (韓国版) 내부자들 (DVD) (3디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||局內人們 局内人们|
|Artist Name(s):||Lee Byung Hun (Actor) | Cho Seung Woo (Actor) | Baek Yoon Shik (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | Bae Sung Woo (Actor) | Kim Hong Pa (Actor) 李秉憲 (Actor) | 曹承佑 (Actor) | 白允植 (Actor) | 李璟榮 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | 裴成佑 (Actor) | Kim Hong Pa (Actor) 李秉宪 (Actor) | 曹承佑 (Actor) | 白允植 (Actor) | 李璟荣 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | 裴成佑 (Actor) | Kim Hong Pa (Actor) イ・ビョンホン (Actor) | チョ・スンウ (Actor) | ペク・ユンシク (Actor) | イ・キョンヨン (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | ペ・ソンウ (Actor) | Kim Hong Pa (Actor) 이 병헌 (Actor) | 조 승우 (Actor) | 백윤식 (Actor) | 이 경영 (Actor) | 김병옥 (Actor) | 배성우 (Actor) | 김홍파 (Actor)|
|Director:||Woo Min Ho 吳明河 吴明河 ウ・ミンホ 우민호|
|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?|
|Publisher:||Video Gage (Korea)|
|Shipment Unit:||3 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1049942672|
*Screen Format: 1.85:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린 (Disk 1 & 2)
Disk 1: 한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
Disk 2: 본편영상 - 한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
Commentary by 우민호 감독, 이병헌, 조승우, 백윤식 - 돌비디지털 2.0
* 고발현장 (55분, 메이킹 필름)
* 날것 (20분, 액션 메이킹)
* 못다한 이야기 (10분, 삭제장면 – Commentary by 우민호 감독)
* 관객들과의 대화 (11분)
* 웹툰 vs 영화 (7분)
* 캐릭터 영상 (2분)
* 캐릭터 예고편 (2분)
* 예고편 (1분)
* 디 오리지널 예고편 (1분)
“복수극으로 가자고, 화끈하게”
유력한 대통령 후보와 재벌 회장, 그들을 돕는 정치깡패 안상구(이병헌).
뒷거래의 판을 짠 이는 대한민국 여론을 움직이는 유명 논설주간 이강희(백윤식)다.
더 큰 성공을 원한 안상구는 이들의 비자금 파일로 거래를 준비하다 발각되고,
이 일로 폐인이 되어 버려진다.
“넌 복수를 원하고, 난 정의를 원한다. 그림 좋잖아?”
빽 없고 족보가 없어 늘 승진을 눈 앞에 두고 주저 앉는 검사 우장훈(조승우).
마침내 대선을 앞둔 대대적인 비자금 조사의 저격수가 되는 기회를 잡는다.
그러나 비자금 파일을 가로챈 안상구 때문에 수사는 종결되고,
우장훈은 책임을 떠안고 좌천된다.
자신을 폐인으로 만든 일당에게 복수를 계획하는 정치깡패 안상구
비자금 파일과 안상구라는 존재를 이용해 성공하고 싶은 무족보 검사 우장훈
그리고 비자금 스캔들을 덮어야 하는 대통령 후보와 재벌, 그들의 설계자 이강희
과연 살아남는 자는 누가 될 것인가?
- 이 시대를 가장 리얼하게 그려내는 스토리텔러 윤태호 작가의 미완결 웹툰 원작!
: 2012년 첫 발간 이후 3년 가까이 세상의 내부에 몸을 숨겨온 웹툰 [내부자들]. 원작자와 제작진의 시너지가 돋보이는 영화이자 ‘이끼’, ‘미생’에 이르기 까지 대한민국 사회를 통찰력 있게 바라보는 작가 윤태호의 미완결 웹툰이 스크린 위에서 완결되다.
- 이병헌, 조승우, 백윤식 대체불가의 주연!
- <아저씨> <신세계> <범죄와의전쟁><베테랑> 범죄드라마 최고의 충무로 제작진!
: <바람난 가족>, <비스티 보이즈>까지 오랫 동안 조명 감독으로 활약한 경험이 바탕 되어 ‘빛을 이해하는 감독’으로 꼽히는 고락선 촬영 감독
<베테랑>, <감시자들>, <신세계>에 이르기까지 한국 흥행 범죄드라마의 프로덕션 디자인을 이끌어온 조화성 미술 감독
<신세계>, <베를린>, <범죄와의 전쟁: 나쁜놈들 전성시대>, <부당거래> 등 화려한 필모그래피의 조영욱 음악 감독
<아저씨>로 액션 영화의 새로운 획을 그었던 박정률 무술 감독
이처럼 대한민국 관객들이 열광해온 흥행 범죄드라마 영화의 중심에 있었던 충무로 제작진
- 국내에서 개봉한 청소년관람불가 영화 중 최다 관객 동원!
: KOBIS 발권통계 집계 현황 - 915만명 (극장버전 & 오리지널버전 합계)
- DISC : 3DISC ( Theatrical Ver. / Original Ver. / Supplement )
- 구성: 고급 아웃케이스(블랙상자+은박효과) + 엽서(10장)액자세트 + 화보집36P + 3DISC 투명킵케이스 (양면슬리브)
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Professional Review of "Inside Men (DVD) (3-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"
Director Woo Min-ho, whose last outing was the 2012 North – South Korean espionage comedy The Spies, returns with Inside Men, based on a webcomic by Yoon Tae-ho (The Moss). The film is a complex political thriller shining a harsh light on corruption in the upper echelons of Korean society, following a group of politicians and media leaders contriving to run the country for their own gain. Boosted by a top cast including Lee Byung-hun (Masquerade), Cho Seung-woo (Assassination), Baek Yoon-shik (The Face Reader) and Lee Kyung-young (The Long Way Home), the film performed very well at the domestic box office despite its adult content, emerging as the country's high-grossing 18+ rated production to date. The film was released twice, once in a 130 minute theatrical cut, and then later in a 180 minute Director's Cut – this review refers to the shorter version.
Lee Byung-hun plays Ahn Sang Goo, a sleazy gangster working for Lee Kang Hee (Baek Yoon-shik) the editor of one of the country’s biggest and most influential newspapers, whose main goal is to push congressman Jang Pil Woo (Lee Kyung-young) into power as means of furthering his own ends. After taking care of a number of dirty jobs for his sponsors, Ahn becomes overconfident, and a failed blackmail attempt results in him having a hand chopped off. A couple of years later, now reduced to a far more menial status and hungry for revenge, the crippled Ahn joins forces with Woo Jang Hoon (Cho Seung-woo), a young prosecutor with a taste for social justice, to try and bring Lee and Jang to book.
Stories of corruption and the backhanded dealings of the upper hierarchy are common enough in South Korean cinema, with the country's class structure having been criticised by a number of directors over the years, for example by Ryoo Seung-wan in The Unjust, which Inside Men certainly resembles. Thankfully there's more to Woo Min-ho's film, which has a more political focus, going to some lengths to sink its teeth into the Korean system of governance and elections. Armed with a sharp and substantial script, the film isn't afraid to go into detail, and this adds real depth and interest to what might otherwise have been an overly-familiar story. There's a great deal going on throughout, with characters locked in an endless struggle of double crosses and shaky alliances, and Woo successfully keeps the viewer guessing as to who is backstabbing who and who is pulling the strings, with some entertaining surprises in the build up to what comes as a very satisfying conclusion. Tense and dramatic from start to finish, it's a great example of skilful storytelling, and serves as a reminder that refusing to treat audiences as idiots can pay dividends.
The cast are obviously one of the main draws here, Lee Byung-hun in particular, and Woo manages to get the best from each of them, the film having an ensemble feel rather than coming across as another vehicle for the megastar. This having been said, Lee is fantastic, playing somewhat against type (a few moments resembling car commercials aside) and adding likeability to a somewhat brutish role and proving himself a worthy winner of Best Actor at the 10th Asian Film Awards. Cho Seung-woo is also good as the straight man to his hoodlum, and there's a fun, dynamic chemistry between the two, which Woo wisely never pushes too far into standard buddy movie territory. The veteran members of the cast also impress, going all-out with performances that see them nude during several sequences, Baek Yoon-shik and Lee Kyung-young both convincing as thoroughly detestable and arrogantly decadent villains in a way which makes the revenge theme of the final act rousing indeed.
While the film for the most part is narrative and dialogue driven, Woo doesn't skimp on the action, and a series of well-judged set pieces keep the pace brisk. The film is very violent and bloody in places, with some vicious torture scenes, choppings and beatings justifying its 18+ rating, along with lots of male and female nudity. None of this ever feels gratuitous, and combined with the film's lack of the usual kind of glossy and polished look help to give it a suitably down to earth feel.
Though familiar in terms of themes tackled, Inside Men is nevertheless one of the best Korean films of its type from the last couple of years, and an intense, gripping political thriller. A step up into the big leagues for director Woo Min-ho, it's a film which should appeal beyond the local audience, and which will hopefully cause at least a measure of social debate.
by James Mudge - EasternKicks.com