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Master (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Scanavo Case Full Slip Limited Edition) (Photobook + Photo Card Set) (B Type) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A

Lee Byung Hun (Actor) | Kang Dong Won (Actor) | Kim Woo Bin (Actor) | Uhm Ji Won (Actor)
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Cold Eyes director Jo Eui Seok assembles top actors Lee Byung Hun (Inside Men), Kang Dong Won (The Priests) and Kim Woo Bin (Twenty) for the star-studded thriller Master. The crime action thriller focuses on a massive case of commercial fraud that leads to a battle of wits involving a corrupt corporate CEO, a duplicitous computer expert and a financial crimes investigator. Uhm Ji Won (The Silenced), Oh Dal Soo (Tunnel) and Jin Kyung (Veteran) also join in the exciting cat-and-mouse chase.

Charismatic CEO Jin Hyun Pil (Lee Byung Hun) is suspected of swindling investors out of millions through a pyramid scheme. Criminal investigation team leader Kim Jae Myung (Kang Dong Won) targets Jin's sidekick Park Jang Gun (Kim Woo Bin), a genius hacker who is the mastermind of the fraud, and threatens him to reveal the company's secret computer center and incriminating ledger. Jang Gun fails to entrap Jin and decides to get out of this sticky situation quietly. Smelling a rat, Jin devises a secret plan to root out his betrayer.

This edition comes with a 68-page photobook, a photo card set and special features including commentary, making-of, deleted scenes with commentary, outtakes, production video, special videos, character introduction and trailers.

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Product Title: Master (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Scanavo Case Full Slip Limited Edition) (Photobook + Photo Card Set) (B Type) (Korea Version) Master (Blu-ray) (雙碟裝) (Scanavo Case Full Slip 限量版) (寫真書 + 照片卡組) (B版) (韓國版) Master (Blu-ray) (双碟装) (Scanavo Case Full Slip 限量版) (写真书 + 照片卡组) (B版) (韩国版) マスター (2Blu-ray) (Scanavo Case Full Slip Limited Edition) (Photobook + Photo Card Set) (B Type) (韓国版) 마스터 (블루레이) (2디스크) (스카나보 케이스 풀슬립 한정판) (포토북 + 포토카드) (B Type) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Lee Byung Hun (Actor) | Kang Dong Won (Actor) | Kim Woo Bin (Actor) | Uhm Ji Won (Actor) | Oh Dal Soo (Actor) | Jin Kyung (Actor) 李秉憲 (Actor) | 姜東元 (Actor) | 金宇彬 (Actor) | 嚴智媛 (Actor) | 吳達庶 (Actor) | 陳 慶 (Actor) 李秉宪 (Actor) | 姜东元 (Actor) | 金宇彬 (Actor) | 严智媛 (Actor) | 吴达庶 (Actor) | 陈 庆 (Actor) イ・ビョンホン (Actor) | カン・ドンウォン (Actor) | キム・ウビン (Actor) | オム・ジウォン (Actor) | オ・ダルス (Actor) | Jin Kyung (Actor) 이 병헌 (Actor) | 강동원 (Actor) | 김우빈 (Actor) | 엄 지원 (Actor) | 오달수 (Actor) | 진경 (Actor)
Director: Jo Eui Seok 趙義石 赵义石 チョ・ウィソク 조의석
Blu-ray Region Code: A - Americas (North, Central and South except French Guiana), Korea, Japan, South East Asia (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan) What is it?
Release Date: 2017-07-07
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: [HD] High Definition, NTSC What is it?
Sound Information: DTS-HD Master Audio
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray
Screen Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)
Publisher: IVE Entertainment
Other Information: 2-Disc
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1060187719

Product Information

마스터 (블루레이) (2디스크) (스카나보 케이스 풀슬립 한정판) (포토북 + 포토카드) (B Type) (한국판)

*Screen Format:1080p HD, 2.35:1 AVC
*Sound Mix:한국어 DTS-HD MA 5.1
*Extras:
DISC. 1 본편 + 부가영상
* 부가영상 ( 프로모션 )
- 제작기 영상 - 4분21초
- 스페셜 영상 - 1분24초
- 캐릭터 영상 - 4분40초
- 티저 예고편 - 52초
- 메인 예고편 - 1분24초

DISC. 2 부가영상
* 레이어 : BD 25G 싱글레이어
* 마스터 in Korea (국내 메이킹) - 44분23초
* 마스터 in Philippines (필리핀 로케이션 메이킹) - 30분18초
* 구체적 액션 (액션 메이킹) – 26분23초
* 다시 보면 뭐가 달라지나? (삭제장면, 음성해설포함) – 7분46초
* 다시는 그러지 말자 (NG 모음) - 6분

*Director:조의석

"썩은 머리 이번에 싹 다 잘라낸다"

화려한 언변, 사람을 현혹하는 재능, 정관계를 넘나드는 인맥으로
수만 명 회원들에게 사기를 치며 승승장구해 온 원네트워크 ‘진회장’(이병헌).
반년간 그를 추적해 온 지능범죄수사팀장 ‘김재명’(강동원)은
진회장의 최측근인 ‘박장군’(김우빈)을 압박한다.
원네트워크 전산실 위치와 진회장의 로비 장부를 넘기라는 것.

뛰어난 프로그래밍 실력과 명석한 두뇌로 원네트워크를 키워 온 브레인 박장군은
계획에 차질이 생긴 것을 감지하자 빠르게 머리를 굴리기 시작한다.
진회장은 물론 그의 뒤에 숨은 권력까지 모조리 잡기 위해 포위망을 좁혀가는 재명,
오히려 이 기회를 틈타 돈도 챙기고 경찰의 압박에서도 벗어날 계획을 세우는 장군.
하지만 진회장은 간부 중에 배신자가 있음을 눈치채고, 새로운 플랜을 가동하는데…

지능범죄수사대, 희대의 사기범, 그리고 브레인
서로 속고 속이는 추격이 시작된다!

6. 블루레이 소개

- 블루레이 구매 고객 전원에게 캐릭터 포스터 3종세트 증정

- 조의석감독, 이병헌, 강동원, 김우빈, 엄지원, 진경 친필싸인 엽서 1종 랜덤 삽입

- 조의석 감독, 이병헌, 강동원, 김우빈, 엄지원, 진경 본편 코멘터리 진행

- 삭제장면 코멘터리 삽입 / 풍부한 부가영상 삽입 (1,2 DISC 부가영상 총 127분 31초)

- 강렬한 카리스마 이병헌, 생애 첫 형사 변신 강동원,
파워풀한 에너지 김우빈,
엄지원, 오달수, 진경까지, 연기 마스터들의 시너지가 폭발한다!

2015년 <내부자들>에서 권력과 결탁한 깡패 ‘안상구’ 역을 통해 명불허전의 연기력을 다시금 입증한 이병헌이 희대의 사기범 ‘진회장’ 역을 맡아 <좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈> 이후 8년 만의 악역 캐릭터를 선보인다. 사기의 유전자를 타고난 인물로 상황과 상대에 따라 변화무쌍한 면모를 드러내는 진회장 역의 이병헌은 강렬한 이미지의 스타일링과 함께, 보는 이를 현혹시키는 팔색조의 매력과 서늘한 카리스마를 자유자재로 오가는 전무후무한 악역 캐릭터를 탄생시켰다. 매 작품 도전을 두려워하지 않는 과감한 행보를 이어 온 강동원은 지능범죄수사팀장 ‘김재명’ 역을 맡아 데뷔 이후 첫 형사 캐릭터에 도전한다. 주관과 확신으로 끝까지 위기를 돌파해 나가는 김재명의 저돌성과 강직함을 입체적으로 표현해 낸 강동원은 관객의 감정 이입을 이끌며 ‘우리 곁에 있었으면’ 하는 특별한 형사 캐릭터를 완성했다. 특히 강도 높은 액션을 위해 촬영 수개월 전부터 복싱을 배우며 준비에 심혈을 기울인 강동원은 격투, 총격씬, 카체이싱 등 고난도 액션을 직접 소화, 보다 선 굵은 남성적 변신을 선보인다. 20대를 대표하는 스타 배우 김우빈은 원네트워크 전산실장 ‘박장군’으로 분해 어디로 튈지 모르는 생기발랄한 매력을 발산하며 선배 배우들과의 완벽한 시너지를 만들었다. 살아남으려는 본능적인 감각과 20대 특유의 젊고 유쾌한 에너지를 절묘하게 넘나드는 김우빈의 능청스러운 연기는 박장군 캐릭터에 미워할 수 없는 인간미와 생동감을 불어넣었다.

한국 영화계를 대표하는 세 배우가 팽팽한 에너지로 극을 압도한다면, 엄지원, 오달수, 진경은 더욱 풍성한 재미와 묵직한 존재감으로 극을 채운다. 타협 없이 직진만 하는 재명을 걱정하면서도 그를 굳게 믿는 ‘신젬마’ 경위 역의 엄지원은 여성스런 외모와는 상반된 터프한 매력으로 강동원과 경쾌한 팀플레이를 펼치고, 엘리트 로펌 대표 ‘황변호사’로 분한 천만 요정 오달수는 지적이고 세련된 이미지 변신에 관객을 무장해제 시키는 특유의 매력을 더해 종반부로 치닫는 이야기에 힘을 싣는다. <암살> <베테랑>에서 잊을 수 없는 존재감을 보여준 진경은 진회장의 오른팔 ‘김엄마’로 분해 속내를 짐작하기 힘든 서늘함과 카리스마를 품은 매력적인 여성 악역을 창조했다.

- 구성
* 2DISC
* 풀슬립 아웃박스 - 질감있는 패턴 무늬의 두툼한 케이스
* 양면자켓 - 스카나보 2DISC 투명케이스, 양면 표지사용 가능 자켓
* 포토북 - 68P, 영화 해설, 현장스틸과 함께 배우와 감독 소개, 현장 스토리 등 수록
* 포토카드 7종세트, 포토카드 봉투 (조의석감독, 이병헌, 강동원, 김우빈, 엄지원, 진경 친필싸인 엽서 1종 랜덤 삽입)
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Professional Review of "Master (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Scanavo Case Full Slip Limited Edition) (Photobook + Photo Card Set) (B Type) (Korea Version)"

January 26, 2018

Anti-corruption films depicting a marked distrust of the wealthy and a suspicion of the societal status quo have been proving more and more popular in Korea of late, perhaps unsurprisingly given some of the political scandals which have rocked the country. Director Cho Ui-seok is the latest to take a stab at such themes with his latest offering Master, following up on his accomplished 2013 surveillance Hong Kong thriller remake Cold Eyes. Revolving around an investigation of the fraudulent activities of a high-profile investment company, the film boasts an impressive cast of top stars, including Lee Byung‑hun (Inside Men) in the lead villain role, Kang Dong-won (A Violent Prosecutor), Kim Woo-bin (Twenty), Uhm Ji-won (Missing) and Oh Dal-su (Detective K). At least partly because of this, the film struck it big at the Korean box office, pulling in more than 7 million tickets during its theatrical run.

Lee Byung‑hun plays Jin, the president of One Network, a financial company which has proved hugely successful thanks to its targeting of everyday people as investors, promising to help them fulfil their dreams. Needless to say, behind his benevolent façade Jin is an exceptionally crooked conman, as anti-corruption officer Kim Jae-myung (Kang Dong-won) intends to prove, having already spent considerable effort trying to nail him. The film opens with Kim and his right-hand deputy Shin (Uhm Ji-won) forcibly recruiting Jin's tech expert and all-round fixer Park Jang-goon (Kim Woo-bin) to spy on his boss and gather the evidence they desperately need in the form of a ledger which handily contains the names of all his shady contacts. Although Park reluctantly agrees, things don't go according to plan, and six months later when Jin resurfaces in the Philippines, he and Kim join forces again for another shot at taking the ambitious crook down.

Master is a film with a familiar story and themes, and doesn't stray far from the path trodden by the likes of Inside Men and other corruption and conspiracy dramas, dealing with the rich getting richer at the expense of the poor, the upper crust living above the law and there being little difference between criminals and the incompetent authorities. While the film doesn't have as much in the way of satirical bite or anger as some of its peers, it's still very much driven by the desire to protect everyday people from the leeching of the great and good, which Cho Ui-seok presents with a fun kind of sly cynicism rather than tub-thumping. With lots going on, the focus is primarily on scheming, shifting allegiances and improbable twists, and the result is a more commercial and popcorn-friendly social conscience flick, though one which retains just enough substance to engage the intellect.

Strangely, it's a film of two very distinct halves, and without wishing to give anything away, after the failed initial operation everything essentially starts again, the characters and their plans all going back to square one. Unfortunately, this doesn't quite pay off, and the film spends a lot of time finding its feet again, only to basically go through the same series of beats as Kim and Park slowly close back in on Jin. While this approach need not be too much of a problem, Cho stuffs the film full of filler material, with lots of pointless scenes of characters discussing their plans, staring at computer screens or shouting angrily about nothing much, something which makes it feel every minute of its overlong, nearly two and a half hour running time. To be fair, the Filipino scenery helps add something a little different, and Cho has the sense to work in a good amount of action throughout, and though bloated, the film isn't offensively boring. Things do pick up considerably towards the end, the last act featuring some great shoot outs and chases, though by then many viewers sadly may have already tuned out, the film having lost much of its momentum.

Unsurprisingly, the saving grace here is star power, which the film certainly has in spades, the acting being good across the board and the cast giving the material a welcome lift. Lee Byung‑hun naturally dominates, and despite not taking centre stage is easily the biggest and most entertaining presence in the film, making Jin interesting and enjoyable to watch, getting more and more desperate as his schemes inevitably go astray thanks to his boundless greed and ambition. Jin is certainly more fun than the rather dull Kim, who despite the best efforts of Kang Dong-won is a stoic and one-note figure. Thankfully, the film pairs him with the far livelier Kim Woo-bin, who turns in a great, likeable performance that balances comedy with tough moral choices, and who gives the film most of its funny moments. Uhm Ji-won and Oh Dal-su provide impressive support, and there’s a sense of quality even in the film’s minor supporting roles.

This helps to make Master entertaining, and though flawed it's a solid piece of commercial Korean cinema, and fans of anti-establishment thrillers should find plenty to enjoy. What it lacks in substance it makes up for through Lee Byung‑hun, and if not as sharp as his earlier Cold Eyes, it’s a perfectly acceptable, if overstretched, offering from Cho Ui-seok.

by James Mudge - EasternKicks.com

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