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Tazza: The Hidden Card (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | Shin Se Kyung (Actor) | Kim Yoon Seok (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor)
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Hur Young Man's gambling comic Tazza, which inspired Choi Dong Hun's 2006 blockbuster and a 2008 television drama, gets adapted a third time in Sunny director Kang Hyung Chul's fast-paced, twist-filled film sequel Tazza: The Hidden Card. Based on the second volume of Huh's comic, Tazza 2 stars Big Bang's T.O.P (Commitment) as the young and suave nephew of Tazza: The High Rollers' protagonist Goni. Yu Hae Jin reprises his role from the first Tazza, as does Kim Yoon Seok who returns as the notorious Ah Gwi for the final gambling showdown.The film's star-studded cast includes actresses Shin Se Kyung (Hindsight) and Honey Lee (I Am the King) and actors Kwak Do Won, Lee Kyoung Young, Kim In Kwon and Oh Jung Se.

Fleeing his hometown after a violent altercation, young upstart Dae Gil (T.O.P) takes the underworld gambling scene by storm with his innate flair for the game, and soon he's living the high life with the world at his feet. The cards turn against him, however, when he falls prey to a set-up. While down and out, he reencounters his hometown sweetheart Mina (Shin Se Kyung), who now works for a rival gambling den boss, and his uncle's old friend Ko Kwang Ryeol (Yu Hae Jin) who helps him con his way back into the game.

This edition includes commentary, making of, CG making, deleted scenes, cameo making and trailers.

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Product Title: Tazza: The Hidden Card (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version) 千術之神 (DVD) (雙碟裝) (韓國版) 千术之神 (DVD) (双碟装) (韩国版) タチャ 神の手 (DVD) (Wディスク) (韓国版) 타짜 - 신의 손 (DVD) (2디스크) (한국판)
Also known as: Tazza 2 老千2 老千2 Tazza 2 Tazza 2
Artist Name(s): T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | Shin Se Kyung (Actor) | Kim Yoon Seok (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Oh Jung Se (Actor) | Kwak Do Won (Actor) | Yu Hae Jin (Actor) | Park Hyo Joo (Actor) | Kim In Kwon (Actor) | Honey Lee (Actor) | Go Soo Hee (Actor) T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | 申 世炅 (Actor) | 金允錫 (Actor) | 李璟榮 (Actor) | 吳政世 (Actor) | 郭道遠 (Actor) | 劉海鎮 (Actor) | Park Hyo Joo (Actor) | 金仁權 (Actor) | 李荷妮 (Actor) | Go Soo Hee (Actor) T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | 申 世炅 (Actor) | 金允锡 (Actor) | 李璟荣 (Actor) | 吴政世 (Actor) | 郭道远 (Actor) | 刘海镇 (Actor) | Park Hyo Joo (Actor) | 金仁权 (Actor) | 李荷妮 (Actor) | Go Soo Hee (Actor) T.O.P (Big Bang) (Actor) | シン・セギョン (Actor) | キム・ユンソク (Actor) | イ・キョンヨン (Actor) | オ・ジョンセ (Actor) | クァク・ドウォン (Actor) | ユ・ヘジン (Actor) | パク・ヒョジュ (Actor) | キム・イングォン (Actor) | イ・ハニ (Actor) | Go Soo Hee (Actor) 탑 (빅뱅) (Actor) | 신세경 (Actor) | 김윤석 (Actor) | 이 경영 (Actor) | 오정세 (Actor) | 곽 도원 (Actor) | 유해진 (Actor) | 박효주 (Actor) | 김인권 (Actor) | 이하늬 (Actor) | 고수희 (Actor)
Director: Kang Hyung Chul 姜炯徹 姜炯彻 カン・ヒョンチョル 강형철
Release Date: 2015-02-12
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Place of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Publisher: Eos
Other Information: 2-Disc
Shipment Unit: 3 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1038256144

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타짜 - 신의 손 (DVD) (2디스크) (한국판)

*Screen Format: Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1
*Sound Mix: Dolby digital 5.1
*Extras:
DISC1: 본편, 감독,배우 오디오코멘터리(강형철감독, 최승현, 신세경, 이하늬, 유해진, 고수희, 오정세, 박효주), 감독,스텝 오디오코멘터리(강형철 감독,촬영,조명,음악,미술 감독 및 VFX)
DISC2:
1. 타짜가 되는길(05:34) - 배우들의 사전 화투연습
2. 보여주는 판(12:00) - 제작 메이킹
3. 피 튀기는 판 (07:00) – 액션씬 메이킹
4. 속이는 판(05:10)- CG before & after
5. 숨겨둔 판(22:40)- 삭제장면
6. 삼팔광땡(04:45) – 이준익감독,오연수,차태연,여진구 카메오 메이킹
7. VIP 시사회 및 예고편

*Director: 강형철


한국 만화의 오늘을 대표하는 만화가
'허영만' 화백의 NO.1 시리즈가 돌아온다!
[타짜] 2부 [타짜-신의 손] 영화화!
올해로 데뷔 40주년을 맞이한 허영만 화백의 대표작 [타짜]는 지난 1999년부터 4년간 스포츠조선에 연재된 4부작 시리즈 작품이다. 우리 주변의 친숙한 소재를 비범한 스토리로 확장시키며 수많은 마니아층을 양산해온 허영만 화백의 [타짜]는 1부 [지리산 작두], 2부 [신의 손], 3부 [원 아이드 잭], 4부 [벨제붑의 노래]로 구성되어 화투부터 포커까지 다양한 종목의 도박에 삶의 희망을 건 타짜들의 물러설 수 없는 승부를 그려내 많은 사랑을 받았다. 그 중 1부 [지리산 작두]는 <범죄의 재구성><도둑들>의 최동훈 감독이 연출을 맡아 지난 2006년 <타짜>라는 제목으로 개봉해, 684만 관객을 동원하며 추석 극장가에 흥행돌풍을 일으켰다. 그로부터 8년 뒤인 2014년, ‘고니’의 조카인 ‘대길’을 주인공으로 한 2부 [신의 손]이 <과속스캔들><써니>의 강형철 감독에 의해 전격 영화화 되었다.
* <과속스캔들><써니> 1,600만 관객을 동원한
대한민국 대표 흥행감독 '강형철'감독 작품
<과속스캔들>과 <써니>를 통해 1,600만 관객을 동원하며 ‘휴먼 코미디’ 장르에서 독보적인 흥행력을 과시한 강형철 감독이 새로운 장르로 의미 있는 도전장을 내밀었다. 탄탄한 스토리와 섬세한 연출력을 바탕으로 전 세대 관객들의 유쾌한 웃음과 뜨거운 공감을 이끌어 낸 강형철 감독은 <타짜-신의 손>을 통해 검증된 원작 스토리를 충실히 그려내면서도 느와르적 요소부터 드라마, 액션, 로맨스, 코미디까지 모든 장르의 재미를 총망라하는 버라이어티한 매력을 갖춘 오락 영화의 진수를 선보였다.
* 전설의 타짜 '아귀', 노름판 터진 입 '고광렬'
김윤석 & 유해진 <타짜> 이후 8년 만의 귀환!

<타짜>에서 전설의 타짜 ‘아귀’역으로 관객을 압도하는 강렬한 카리스마를 과시한 김윤석과 ‘고니’의 파트너이자 일명 ‘입 화투’의 1인자로 인간미 넘치는 유쾌한 타짜의 매력을 보여준 ‘고광렬’ 역의 유해진이 8년 만에 <타짜-신의 손>으로 다시 돌아왔다.

* 보다 버라이어티하게 뭉쳤다!
최승현, 신세경, 곽도원, 이하늬,
김인권, 이경영, 고수희, 오정세, 박효주
타짜 ‘판’을 뒤집을 새로운 ‘선수들’이 온다!

전작 <과속스캔들><써니>를 통해 전무후무한 개성을 뽐내는 캐릭터를 탄생시킨 강형철 감독이 이번 영화 <타짜?신의 손>을 통해 원작과 캐릭터 싱크로율 100%의 새로운 '타짜'들을 선보인다.
강형철 감독은 “내가 특별한 주문을 하지 않아도 그들이 연기하는 모습을 볼 때면 훌륭한 재즈 뮤지션들이 연주하는 느낌을 받았다. 대본이라는 악기를 가지고 영화를 연주하는데, 실력 있는 사람이 아니면 불가능한 멋진 앙상블 연기를 선보였다”며 높은 만족감을 표시했다.

● Synopsis
화투판엔 영원한 친구도, 영원한 원수도 없다!
삼촌 ‘고니’를 닮아 어린 시절부터 남다른 손재주와 승부욕을 보이던 ‘대길’(최승현 분)은 고향을 떠나 서울 강남의 하우스에서 ‘타짜’로 화려하게 데뷔하지만, 한 순간에 모든 것을 잃고 우연히 ‘고니’의 파트너였던 ‘고광렬’(유해진 분)을 만난다. ‘고광렬’과 함께 전국을 유랑하던 ‘대길’은 절대 악의 사채업자 ‘장동식’(곽도원 분)은 물론, 전설의 타짜 ‘아귀’(김윤석 분)까지 ‘타짜’들과 목숨줄이 오가는 한 판 승부를 벌이는데…
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Professional Review of "Tazza: The Hidden Card (DVD) (2-Disc) (Korea Version)"

March 31, 2015

Gambling films continue to be popular in Korea, with Choi Dong Hun's 2006 megahit Tazza: the High Rollers still standing out as one of the genre's highpoints. With a 2008 sequel having run into production issues, fans have had some years to wait for a follow up, which finally now arrives in Tazza: the Hidden Card, directed by Kang Hyung Chul (Sunny). Again based on Hur Young Man's gambling themed manhwa, the film is adapted from the second volume of the series, following the nephew of the original's protagonist Goni. Boasting major star power in headliner T.O.P (from the group Big Bang, and recently in Commitment), the film was another record breaker at the box office, as well as pulling in a variety of nominations at the Grand Bell and Blue Dragon Awards.

T.O.P plays Dae Gil, a young man who works himself into a gang of card sharks, impressing them and everyone else in the underworld with his skills and charm. Unfortunately for Dae Gil, his colleagues turn against him, setting him up to take the fall for a failed scheme and leaving him down and out. His life gets even more complicated when he runs into his childhood sweetheart Mina (Shin Se Kyung, Hindsight), who has fallen into the clutches of the evil card master and criminal Jang (Kwak Do Won, The Attorney). Desperate to help, he enlists the aid of his uncle Goni's old friend Ko Kwang Ryeol (Yu Hae Jin, The Pirates), and sets about scheming his way to rescue Mina and get back to the top of the game.

Although technically a sequel, and featuring several returning cast members, Tazza: the Hidden Card works perfectly well as a standalone film, with some handy exposition filling in viewers who missed (or can't remember) the first instalment. While some character details might mean more to Tazza veterans, there's more than enough going on here to make the film equally engaging for newcomers, with a huge amount of scheming and backstabbing packed in, and with double and triple crosses being the order of the day. Though essentially predictable, building towards the usual kind of all-important final card game, the Machiavellian manoeuvring keeps things fresh, if a touch convoluted, and it's fun trying to keep one step ahead of the cast as they out-plot each other. The film moves briskly through its two and a half hour running time and never drags, Kang Hyung Chul navigating the dense narrative with a reasonable level of economy and alacrity. A sharp script and a solid cast of interesting characters helps, and T.O.P and Shin Se Kyung have a respectable amount of chemistry as the lead pairing, enough so to make the film moderately suspenseful, though it's arguably supporting players Yu Hae Jin and Kwak Do Won who have the stand out roles.

What does matter more is a basic knowledge of Korean hwatu card gambling, or at least a vague interest in the subject, as the film is filled with card game set pieces. With very little in the way of explanation or information on the rules, uninitiated viewers will quite possibly feel bewildered at all the flinging around of cards and their many meanings and values, a fact which might well undermine the tension and excitement for some. Thankfully, Kang just as much on the cheating skills of the players, most of the matches revolving around the ability to read and trick the opponent, and the film is very creative on this score, with several games playing out under bizarre and gimmicky conditions.

This is all very entertaining, and Kang shoots the film with dizzying energy and a stylish visual approach that makes sure it looks gorgeous throughout. Of course, this does leave the film open to charges of glamorising its criminal activities, and indeed it does frequently heads into uncomfortable moral territory, with sudden bursts of surprisingly bloody violence and sadism, its female characters in particular coming off badly (many of whom seem to end up being sold into prostitution). Though this makes it an odd mix at times, it does add a welcome hard edge as well as an injection of visceral kick.

Tazza: the Hidden Card is a worthy follow up to The High Rollers, and another enjoyable Korean card film, directed with verve by Kang Hyung Chul. The subject matter does make it rather a niche offering, and while viewers unfamiliar with hwatu should still find plenty to hold the interest, it's certainly one which will go down best with aficionados of the card gambling subgenre.

by James Mudge - EasternKicks.com

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