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Moss (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

Jung Jae Young (Actor) | Park Hae Il (Actor) | Hur Jun Ho (Actor) | Yoo Jun Sang (Actor)
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A hit with both audiences and critics, mystery thriller Moss earned Korea's all-time highest-grossing director Kang Woo Suk another three million admissions at the box office and a Best Director award at the 47th Daejong Awards. An eerie village and an unexplained death provide the creepy setup for the blockbuster starring Jung Jae Young (The Divine Weapon) and Park Hae Il (The Host), as well as Yoo Jun Sang (HaHaHa), Yu Hae Jin (Public Enemy), and Yoo Sun (Black House). Based on an internet comic, Moss adds to the moody mystery with outstanding sounds and visuals, duly recognized for Best Cinematography, Art Design, and Sound Effects at the Daejong Awards.

Hae Gook (Park Hae Il) travels to a reclusive village to attend his father's funeral. He wants to find out the reason behind his father's strange death, but the villagers, in particular village chief Cheon (Jung Jae Young), seem to be watching his every move and eager to see him leave. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, Hae Gook enlists the help of prosecutor Park (Yoo Jun Sang) to slowly unravel the village's sinister secrets.

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Product Title: Moss (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 青苔:死亡異域 (DVD) (台灣版) 青苔:死亡异域 (DVD) (台湾版) Moss (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 이끼
Artist Name(s): Jung Jae Young (Actor) | Park Hae Il (Actor) | Hur Jun Ho (Actor) | Yoo Jun Sang (Actor) | Yoo Sun (Actor) | Kim Sang Ho | Yu Hae Jin (Actor) 鄭在詠 (Actor) | 朴 海日 (Actor) | 許俊浩 (Actor) | 俞俊相 (Actor) | 柳善 (Actor) | 金相浩 | 劉海鎮 (Actor) 郑在咏 (Actor) | 朴 海日 (Actor) | 许俊浩 (Actor) | 俞俊相 (Actor) | 柳 善 (Actor) | 金相浩 | 刘海镇 (Actor) チョン・ジェヨン (Actor) | パク・ヘイル (Actor) | ホ・ジュノ (Actor) | ユ・ジュンサン (Actor) | Yoo Sun (Actor) | キム・サンホ | ユ・ヘジン (Actor) 정재영 (Actor) | 박 해일 (Actor) | 허 준호 (Actor) | 유 준상 (Actor) | 유선 (Actor) | 김상호 | 유해진 (Actor)
Director: Kang Woo Suk 康祐碩 康佑硕 佑硕 カン・ウソク 강우석
Release Date: 2011-05-12
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 163 (mins)
Publisher: Catchplay
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1024405401

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* 特別收錄
故事的開端 Beginning of the Story
青苔幕後花絮 The Making of Moss
村莊的誕生 Birth of the Village
特殊化妝特輯 Make-Up
海報拍攝現場 Poster Shooting
預告特輯 Trailers 

導  演:康祐碩

故事以一個如苔蘚般陰暗潮濕的村落為背景,描述深山之中三十年的興起衰敗。與父親斷絕關係的柳海國(朴海日 飾),某日突然收到父親死去的訃聞,為了料理後事,柳海國來到其父生前定居的山村。然而,從他踏入村莊的那一刻起,村民的詭異行徑和神態,卻無一不令他感到強烈敵意。一切種種皆令他懷疑父親生前的遭遇,必定存在非比尋常的懸疑。為了明白揭露父親的死因,柳海國不顧村民反對,堅決留在當地進行深入調查,不料抽絲剝繭之後,包覆在陰沉的山村夜霧之中的,竟是悲哀畸怪的隱晦秘密…
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Professional Review of "Moss (DVD) (Taiwan Version)"

November 26, 2010

This professional review refers to Moss (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
Kang Woo Suk, officially Korea's biggest blockbuster director after scoring an endless run of hits with the likes of Public Enemy, Silmido, Hanbando and more, returns with another box office triumph in Moss. Based on a popular 2007 internet comic, the mystery thriller follows a dogged young policeman investigating his father's death in a remote village, and again sees Kang tackling themes of corruption and conspiracy in his usual hard hitting manner. The film is headlined by warring duo Jung Jae Young (The Divine Weapon) and Park Hae Il (The Host), with an impressive supporting cast roster that includes Yoo Jun Sang (HaHaHa), Yu Hae Jin (Public Enemy), and actress Yoo Seon (Black House). The film was a huge commercial and critical hit in Korea, raking in over 3 million box office admissions, as well as earning Kang a well deserved Director award at the 47th Daejong Awards, where it also took home prizes for Best Cinematography, Art Design, and Sound Effects.

Park Hae Il stars as Hae Gook, a policeman who travels to a remote rural village to attend the funeral of his estranged father. Although he decides to settle down in the peaceful area, he finds the villagers oddly uncomfortable with his presence, even more so when he starts to become convinced that his father's death may not have been due to natural circumstances as reported. Before long, he is butting heads with ex-detective and village chief Cheon (Jung Jae Young), who puts him under constant surveillance and suggests in no uncertain terms that he pack up and leave. Unsurprisingly, this only deepens Hae Guk's resolve to get to the bottom of the village's many mysteries, and he is forced to call in outside help in the form of Park (Yoo Jun Sang) a prosecutor whose career he once derailed.

Although the premise of Moss may sound like a simplistic detective mystery, with Kang Woo Suk at the helm it unsurprisingly turns out to be an elaborate, labyrinth affair that makes efficient and gripping use of what could have been a seriously overlong running time of 163 minutes. Thankfully, despite its many twists, turns and subplots, the film is tight and coherent, rattling along at a fine pace and managing to keep the viewer in suspense throughout thanks to a well timed series of revelations and deepening and ever more serious riddles. Even for those who pick up on the ending early on, the film still has a few tricks up its sleeve, with a truly satisfying curveball climax that makes it worth watching all over again from the very beginning. Kang does a great job of upping the tension, with events gradually escalating, growing more and more threatening as the scope of the conspiracy becomes clear, and the question as to the death of Hae Gook's father shifts from who, to how, to the all important why.

To a large extent, the film works as a character piece as well as a traditional whodunit, being driven in fine cat and mouse fashion by the battle between Hae Gook and Cheon, with both Jung Jae Young and Park Hae Il turning in convincing performances and giving their rivalry a genuine chemistry. Through this, as well as allowing Kang to explore his usual themes of corruption and modern morality, the film also works in plenty of psychological drama, with a few effective emotional notes involving Yoo Seon's ambiguous possible femme fatale figure. The supporting cast as a whole are all far more fleshed out and less generic than is usual for this kind of film, and the script and dialogue are very well written, giving the proceedings a sharp, intelligent feel. As well as the leads, Yu Hae Jin is also on great form as a surprisingly endearing comic relief henchman, as is Yoo Jun Sang, whose prosecutor makes a great foil for Hae Gook, with their bickering relationship also making for a good number of laughs.

Plot and characters aside, the film is a superbly atmospheric and moody piece of cinema, with the specially constructed rural village set being a fine and creepy creation. The handsome looking film benefits from some gorgeous cinematography, which really brings out the inherent eeriness of the setting and which makes for more slow burn chills than seen in many recent horror outings. The film does feature quite a few action set pieces, giving the plot the occasional jolt, and a few splashes of blood and violent shock scenes which help to keep the threat level high, with an ever present sense of lurking danger.

Moss is certainly well deserving of its accolades and box office success, standing as one of the best Korean films of 2010. Kang Woo Suk again shows himself to be a master of suspense, managing to combine a highly complex plot, fascinating and engaging characters, and plenty of heightened tension in a way which few directors are able to, making for an immaculately tuned mystery that never sacrifices intelligence for cheap thrills.

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