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Han Gong-ju (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Chun Woo Hee
| Lee Su Jin (Director)
One of the most talked about Korean films of 2014, the acclaimed indie teen drama Han Gong-ju is based on a devastating real-life case of sexual violence that shocked Korea in 2004. The first feature from writer-director Lee Su Jin, Han Gong-ju broke Korea's opening day box office records for independent films and has picked up numerous accolades on the festival circuit including the Tiger Award at the 43rd International Film Festival Rotterdam.
In a breakout role that garnered her Best Actress at the Blue Dragon Film Awards, Chun Woo Hee plays the eponymous heroine, a glum high school girl who has been forced to transfer to a school in another city. With her own family nowhere to be found, Gong-ju is placed into the care of a teacher's mother while matters are being sorted out. She quietly starts up school again, only hoping to keep to herself and not stand out. When Gong-ju's new classmates discover her singing talent, they try their best to recruit her into the choir. Just as Gong-ju begins to smile again and open up to new friends, the past catches up and the harrowing reason for her transfer gradually comes to light.
This edition includes commentary, trailers and Lee Su Jin's short film "Enemy's Apple."
Friend, The Great Legacy (Blu-ray) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Jang Young Nam (Actor)
| Kim Woo Bin (Actor)
| Kwak Kyung Taek (Director)
| Ju Jin Mo (Actor, Actor)
Twelve years after the original Friend broke Korea's box office records, the classic gangster drama about brotherhood and betrayal returns with a sequel, again directed by Kwak Kyung Taek. Friend, The Great Legacy takes on an ambitious multi-generation storyline set in the present day, the nineties and the sixties, with Yoo Oh Sung reprising his role from the original film. He's joined by Ju Jin Mo, who starred in Kwak Kyung Taek's 2007 gangster melodrama A Love, and hot television rising star Kim Woo Bin (The Heirs) in his big screen debut.
Seventeen years after the events of the first film, Joon Suk (Yoo Oh Sung) is released from prison. He sets out to reclaim the gang built by his father (Ju Jin Mo), who fought his way through the Busan underworld back in 1963. Among Joon Suk's new followers is Sung Hoon (Kim Woo Bin), the troubled son of Jang Dong Gun's character Dong Soo.
This edition includes making of, interviews, preview, premiere, trailer and other special features.
A Girl at My Door (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Bae Doo Na (Actor)
| Kim Sae Ron (Actor)
| July Jung (Director)
| Song Sae Byeok (Actor)
Directed by new director July Jung and produced by Lee Chang Dong, acclaimed drama A Girl At My Door was selected for the Un Certain Regard section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. Like Lee Chang Dong's films, A Girl At My Door is both quiet and disquieting in its acute portrayal of the bond that develops between an abused teenage girl and a female police officer, played by teen star Kim Sae Ron (The Man From Nowhere) and acclaimed actress Bae Doo Na, both of whom are outsiders in a small town with dark secrets. What starts as simple solace turns complicated and possibly sinister when they're confronted with external hostility and the shadow of their own personal wounds and desperation.
Officer Young Nam (Bae Doo Na) has just been transfered from the city to head the police station of a rural seaside town. She quickly realizes that things are a bit different out in the country, and that the townsfolk don't take kindly to outsider interference. In her patrols, Young Nam encounters precocious 14-year-old Do Hee (Kim Sae Ron), who is regularly abused by her boorish stepfather (Song Sae Byuk). Unable to turn a blind eye to the situation, Young Nam temporarily takes Do Hee in, giving her a safe and warm home for the first time. As time passes, Do Hee becomes increasingly attached to Young Nam, and unsavory rumors start spreading about their close relationship.
This edition includes a 36-page interview book and special features (deleted scenes, trailer).
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