Fasten Your Seatbelt (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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This edition includes commentary, director's interview, making-of, deleted scenes, poster shoot and trailer.
|Product Title:||Fasten Your Seatbelt (DVD) (Korea Version) Fasten Your Seatbelt (DVD) (韓國版) Fasten Your Seatbelt (DVD) (韩国版) ローラーコースター (DVD) (韓国版) 롤러코스터 (DVD) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||雲霄飛車 / 過山車 云霄飞车 / 过山车|
|Artist Name(s):||Jung Kyung Ho (Actor) | Choi Gyu Hwan (Actor) | Hwang Jeong Min (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | Kim Sung Soo | Ma Dong Seok 鄭京浩 (Actor) | Choi Gyu Hwan (Actor) | 黃貞敏 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | 金成秀 | 馬東石 郑京浩 (Actor) | Choi Gyu Hwan (Actor) | 黄贞敏 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | 金成秀 | 马东石 チョン・ギョンホ (Actor) | Choi Gyu Hwan (Actor) | Hwang Jeong Min (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | キム・ソンス | マ・ドンソク 정경호 (Actor) | 최규환 (Actor) | 황정민 (Actor) | 김병옥 (Actor) | 김 성수 | 마동석|
|Director:||Ha Jung Woo 河政佑 Ha Jung Woo ハ・ジョンウ 하정우|
|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:||Stone Music Entertainment (CJ E&M)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1035075339|
*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
-Commentary by 하정우 감독, 정경호
-하배우, 하감독 되다 (감독인터뷰)
-환영합니다. 바비항공 입니다. (메이킹)
대한민국 관객들이 가장 선호하는 배우 하정우! 배우 하정우의 감독 데뷔작!
- 제18회 부산국제영화제 공식 초청작 선정! 부산발 흥행코미디의 현장에 탑승하라!
- 데뷔 10년차 배우 정경호의 충격적 연기 변신!
‘하정우 사단’이 선보이는 연기의 페스티벌!
- 초회 출고분 에 엽서1종이 포함되어 있으며,
일부 수량에 하정우 감독, 배우 정경호의 친필 사인이 포함되어 있습니다
안전한 운행, 친절한 서비스. 환영합니다. 바비 항공입니다. 영화 <육두문자맨>으로 일약 한류스타가 된 마준규(정경호).비행공포증, 편집증, 결벽증까지 갖출 건 다 갖춘 마준규는 일본 활동 중 터진 여자 아이돌과의 스캔들로 급하게 한국행 비행기에 오른다.
이 비행기 어딘가 수상하다!
어딘가 오버스러워 보이는 승무원들과 파파라치보다 무서운 사상 초유의 탑승객들. 이륙하는 순간부터 언빌리버블한 상황들의 연속 속 기상 악화로 비행기는 두 번이나 착륙에 실패하고, 설상가상으로 연료가 다 떨어져 가는 와중에 일생일대의 위기를 맞게 되는데….
그는 과연 살아서 활주로에 무사 안착 할 수 있을 것인가?
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Professional Review of "Fasten Your Seatbelt (DVD) (Korea Version)"
Popular and critically lauded Korean actor Ha Jung Woo, noted for recent roles in the likes of The Terror Live, Berlin File and The Yellow Sea makes his screenwriting and directorial debut with Fasten Your Seatbelt. Whereas fellow thespian Yoo Ji Tae recently went for heavy social conscience drama with his first time behind the cameras with Mai Ratima, Ha takes another route entirely, his film being a comedy revolving around an ensemble cast of wacky characters and set almost entirely on a possibly doomed aircraft.
The cast is headed by Jung Kyung Ho (Running Turtle) as a Korean Wave Hallyu actor Ma Jun Gyu, famed for his role in the sweary blockbuster "Mr Profanity". Plagued by scandals in his personal life, Ma is taking a flight back to Seoul from Korea, which he finds himself sharing with an eclectic bunch of fellow passengers, including a flight attendant who happens to be a former squeeze, a sneaky paparazzo (Choi Gyu Hwan), a vegetarian monk (Kim Byung Ok, Cold Eyes) and others, all of whom seem hell-bent on making his journey as awkward as possible. Midway through the short flight, the plane runs into typhoon related weather troubles, and with the captain proving less than useful, it starts to look like a safe landing might not be on the cards.
Though its premise might sound suspiciously similar to Pedro Almodovar's recent I', So Excited, with Fasten Your Seatbelt Ha Jung Woo is clearly aiming for basic laughs rather than social satire, the film being a fairly straightforward comedy. Apparently based on Ha's own experiences of in-flight turbulence terror with actor and pal Ryoo Seung Bum, the film is a brisk and bouncy affair, and what it might lack in originality or ambition, it generally makes up for in efficiency and amiability. Ha does a perfectly competent job both as writer and director, and for the most part the film hits its modest targets, with some solid comic set pieces and gags throughout. The film plays out primarily from Ma Jun Gyu's perspective, with most of the jokes coming at his expense as things escalate, and it's his gradual falling apart rather than any real threat of the plane crashing that adds a little tension and spice to the proceedings. Clocking in at just 90 minutes, the film moves along at a fast pace, and Ha shows a good sense of pacing, avoiding too many cliches or needless subplots.
It's the cast who give the material a boost, with Ha reportedly having spent a fair amount of time working through the script with them before shooting to build up their roles and idiosyncrasies. This definitely pays off, and the amusing chemistry between the stars gives somewhat of a spark to their various relationships and daft squabbling. Despite the fact that his character initially comes across as a vain and unlikeable fool, Jung Kyung Ho does well in the lead, and the viewer slowly warms to the panicky Ma, at least to the point of enjoying seeing him squirm and sweat. The rest of the cast are similarly on fun form, and Ha wisely avoids getting things caught up in the kind of melodrama which often slows down Korean comedies, the vaguely romantic bonding between Ma and cute Japanese flight attendant (Ko Sung Hee, An Ethics Lesson) thankfully taking a backseat to the broader humour.
Though nothing terribly remarkable, Fasten Your Seatbelt is very watchable and entertaining in its own unassuming way, and it's a decent way of painlessly passing an hour and a half. It's understandable enough that Ha Jung Woo would perhaps choose something less high-reaching like this for his debut, and the signs are certainly there that he should be more than capable of stretching his wings a little next time around.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com