The Unjust (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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Faced with a string of child murders, a botched operation, and bad press and pressure from all sides, the top police brass decide to close a controversial serial murder case by finding a fall guy. Demoted detective Choi (Hwang Jung Min) has been tasked with the dirty work for a chance to save his own career. He cuts a deal with mobster Jang (Yu Hae Jin) to frame a suspect as the killer, but the prosecutor assigned to the case, Joo (Ryoo Seung Bum), has connections with a rival boss. With all parties coming head to head over a real-estate bidding war, the murder case turns into yet another pawn in a bigger game.
This edition comes with commentary, character featurettes, interview, deleted scenes, and trailers.
|Product Title:||The Unjust (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) The Unjust (DVD) (雙碟裝) (首批限量版) (韓國版) The Unjust (DVD) (双碟装) (首批限量版) (韩国版) 生き残るための3つの取引 （DVD2枚組） （初回限定版） （韓国版） 부당거래 (DVD) (2디스크) (초회한정판) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||無義之城 / 不當交易 无义之城 / 不当交易 不当取引|
|Artist Name(s):||Yu Hae Jin (Actor) | Ryoo Seung Bum (Actor) | Hwang Jung Min (Actor) | Cheon Ho Jin (Actor) | Ma Dong Seok (Actor) | Song Sae Byuk | Lee Sung Min | Kim Su Hyeon 劉海鎮 (Actor) | 柳乘泛 (Actor) | 黃 政民 (Actor) | 千虎珍 (Actor) | 馬東石 (Actor) | 宋 清晨 | 李聖旻 | Kim Su Hyeon 刘海镇 (Actor) | 柳乘泛 (Actor) | 黄政民 (Actor) | 千虎珍 (Actor) | 马东石 (Actor) | 宋 清晨 | 李圣旻 | Kim Su Hyeon ユ・ヘジン (Actor) | リュ・スンボム (Actor) | ファン・ジョンミン (Actor) | チョン・ホジン (Actor) | マ・ドンソク (Actor) | ソン・セビョク | イ・ソンミン | Kim Su Hyeon 유해진 (Actor) | 류 승범 (Actor) | 황 정민 (Actor) | 천호진 (Actor) | 마동석 (Actor) | 송새벽 | 이성민 | 김 수현|
|Director:||Ryoo Seung Wan 柳昇完 柳升完 リュ・スンワン 류 승완|
|Place 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?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1024331734|
*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
-Commentary by 황정민, 류승범, 정정훈 촬영감독, 한재덕 프로듀서
-Commentary by 류승완 감독, 명지대 김영진 교수
-뉴스보다 생생하고 드라마보다 공감되는 부.당.거.래
-전국관객 270만명 동원, 2010년 대국민 범죄 조작극!
-대한민국의 오늘을 그대로 담아낸 리얼 드라마
-선도 악도 존재하지 않는다! 지독하게 나쁜, 그래서 지독하게 매력적인 캐릭터들의 재발견
-믿음을 주는 황정민, 새로움을 더하는 류승범, 존재감을 발휘하는 유해진! 충무로를 대표하는 세 남자의 필살기 삼파전!!
-천호진, 마동석, 조영진, 이성민, 송새벽! 드라마에 힘을 더하는 충무로 씬스틸러 총출동!
2010년 대한민국을 뒤흔든 이벤트!
범인이 없으면 만들어라!
온 국민을 충격으로 몰아넣은 연쇄 살인 사건. 계속된 검거 실패로 대통령이 직접 사건에 개입하고, 수사 도중 유력한 용의자가 사망하는 사고가 발생하자 경찰청은 마지막 카드를 꺼내든다. 가짜 범인인 ‘배우’를 만들어 사건을 종결 짓는 것!
이번 사건의 담당으로 지목된 광역수사대 에이스 최철기(황정민). 경찰대 출신이 아니라는 이유 때문에 줄도, 빽도 없던 그는 승진을 보장해주겠다는 상부의 조건을 받아들이고 사건에 뛰어들게 된다. 그는 스폰서인 해동 장석구(유해진)를 이용해 ‘배우’를 세우고 대국민을 상대로 한 이벤트를 완벽하게 마무리 짓는다.
한편, 부동산 업계의 큰 손 태경 김회장으로부터 스폰을 받는 검사 주양(류승범)은 최철기가 입찰 비리건으로 김회장을 구속시켰다는 사실에 분개해 그의 뒤를 캐기 시작한다. 때마침 자신에게 배정된 연쇄 살인 사건의 범인을 조사하던 주양은 조사 과정에서 최철기와 장석구 사이에 거래가 있었음을 알아차리고, 최철기에게 또 다른 거래를 제안하는데..
각본쓰는 검사, 연출하는 경찰, 연기하는 스폰서..
더럽게 엮이고 지독하게 꼬인 그들의 거래가 시작된다!
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With hits like Crying Fist and The City of Violence under his belt, Korean director Ryoo Seung Wan has made a name for himself as one of the country's top purveyors of hard-boiled action. For his latest outing The Unjust he takes things even further with a caustic, no holds barred expose of corruption and deceit in the police force, legal system and media, painting a grim picture of a system built almost entirely on self interest. The film again sees Ryoo working with action choreographer Jung Doo Hung, with a cast headlined by his brother Ryoo Seung Bum (The Servant) and acclaimed actors Hwang Jung Min (Blades of Blood) and Yu Hae Jin (Moss). Despite its potentially inflammatory subject matter and complex, labyrinth plot, the film emerged as one of the biggest domestic blockbusters of 2010, out grossing the vast majority of safer and less challenging popcorn flicks.
The film kicks off with the down on his luck detective Choi (Hwang Jung Min) being offered the chance for promotion in return for finding a scapegoat for a series of unsolved child murders that have seen the police being branded as bumblers by the media. After choosing a former criminal and child molester for the fall guy role, Choi pays off a gang boss he has worked with in the past called Jang (Yu Hae Jin) to set him up. Although their scheme seems to work, Choi's connections with Jang bring him into conflict with the ruthless prosecutor Joo (Ryoo Seung Bum), who himself has been making deals on the side with one of Jang's rival mobsters. The case itself becomes a means for the two men to attack each other as they jostle for position over a lucrative real-estate contract in what quickly escalates into all out war, threatening their careers and even their lives.
It's hard to recall another film as darkly amoral and cynical as The Unjust. The film really is one long damning indictment of the Korean justice system and the men who run it, portraying pretty much its entire cast as being motivated entirely by self-gain and being fully committed to bending and breaking the law for their own purposes. Although anti-hero is a term often thrown around for vaguely amoral protagonists, this is one of the films which truly does feature a pair of men who are about as far from shining white knights as it is possible to get. Both Choi and Joo are in many ways loathsome figures, quite willing to use everyone around them to get ahead and never really caring much about the actual case itself. At the same time, the film is all the more powerful for never demonising either of them, and for making sure that they remain painfully human figures throughout, clearly driven by fear and weakness as much as greed. As a result, whilst the film doesn't have an obvious character that the viewer is pushed towards rooting for, the fates of the two still make for an incredibly gripping two hours.
This does mean that the film is a grim, bleak experience, though Ryoo never lays things on too thick, with the main underlying theme being the question as to whether or not it is ever possible to do good deeds despite having evil intentions. The film balances this and its anti-corruption concerns with a tightly wound narrative which unfolds in fast moving and pleasingly unpatronising style. The viewer is never spoon-fed answers, and the script is definitely one of the more intelligent and uncompromising of late, requiring a fair amount of concentration to keep up with its endless stream of betrayals and double dealings. If anything, the film could have been a little longer, as although the final act is breathlessly exciting, it ends only too quickly, with the last handful of revelations feeling a little rushed.
Unsurprisingly, Ryoo also packs in plenty of brutal action along the way, with lots of car chases, stabbings, fist fights and shootouts. The film's violence is bloody and frequently gruesome, and this works well to underline the high stakes of the contest between its desperate characters. Ryoo's direction is slick, and he successfully gives the film a look which is both gritty and glossy, highlighting the notion of there being an ugly world of depravity and viciousness lurking just below the handsome surface.
Uncompromising, merciless and ferociously scathing, The Unjust is in many ways Ryoo Seung Wan's best film to date. Although it's a little hard to describe anything this dark as being enjoyable in the traditional sense of the word, it's thrilling and engaging from start to finish, and is one of the most accomplished, not to mention thought provoking, Korean films for some time.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com