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Night Flight (DVD) (Director's Cut) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Kwak Si Yang (Actor)
| Lee Jae Joon (Actor)
| Leesong Hee Il (Director)
Known for gay indie films like No Regret and White Night, Leesong Hee Il returns with the queer youth film Night Flight, which premiered at the Panorama section of the 64th Berlin Film Festival. Leesong Hee Il expands to darker themes with this youth film about coming of age, coming out and coming to grips with the violently volatile dynamics of high school politics. Yong Joo (Kwak Si Yang), Ki Woong (Lee Jae Joon) and Ki Taek (Choi Joon Ha) are middle school classmates who have drifted apart since entering high school. Ki Woong has become a fist-throwing gang leader, Ki Taek is constantly bullied and Yong Joo takes the middle road as a hardworking student who doesn't stand out. Once very close friends, Ki Woong and Yong Joo's ambiguous relationship comes to a turning point as Yong Joo becomes more forward with his feelings and social and academic pressures close in on the boys.
This edition includes commentary, deleted scenes, trailer, music video, cast greeting, press conference, premiere and poster shoot.
The Pirates (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Son Ye Jin (Actor)
| Kim Nam Gil (Actor)
| Park Cheol Min (Actor)
| Yu Hae Jin (Actor)
Strap in for a Jolly Roger good time at the movies! Following their collaboration in the television revenge melodrama Shark, Son Ye Jin (The Tower) and Kim Nam Gil (Portrait of a Beauty) pair up on the silver screen for the decidedly different period action blockbuster The Pirates. Taking on her first action role, for which she won Best Actress at the 51st Daejong Film Awards, Son Ye Jin stars as the fiercely loyal captain of a pirate crew, while Kim Nam Gil plays the soldier-turned-outlaw leader of a squabbling bandit clan. The two hit the high seas in pursuit of the ultimate bounty – a giant whale that has swallowed the king's royal seal!
Directed by Lee Suk Hoon (Dancing Queen), the swashbuckling action adventure features a supporting cast that includes Yu Hae Jin (Tazza: The Hidden Card), Lee Kyung Young (Kundo: Age of the Rampant), Kim Tae Woo (The Face Reader), Oh Dal Soo (The Thieves), Lee Yi Kyung (White Night) and f(x)'s Sulli. The Pirates won Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor (Yu Hae Jin) at the 51st Daejong Film Awards.
This edition includes a 52-page photobook, eight postcards and special features (commentary, making of, action featurette, interviews).
Scarlet Innocence (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Jung Woo Sung (Actor)
| Esom (Actor)
| Yim Pil Sung (Director)
Top actor Jung Woo Sung (Divine Move) pairs with up-and-coming actress Esom (Behind the Camera) in Scarlet Innocence, director Yim Pil Sung's (Hansel and Gretel) modern-day reinterpretation of the famous folk tale of Simcheong. Screened at the 39th Toronto Film Festival, the erotically charged tale of desire, betrayal and revenge follows the torrid affair between a professor and a young woman, and its tragic fallout when love goes terribly wrong.
Shaken by a scandal, literature professor Ha Kyu (Jung Woo Sung) leaves Seoul for the peace of teaching in a small town. He meets the young and trusting Deok Yi (Esom) and they develop an intimate affair, a relationship that the increasingly obsessive Deok Yi takes more to heart than he does. When Ha Kyu is reinstated to his university position, he leaves Deok Yi behind and returns to Seoul and his family. Eight years later, Hak Kyu is gradually going blind and Deok Yi reappears in his life looking for revenge.
This edition includes commentary, making of, deleted scenes with commentary, poster shoot, trailer and teaser.
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