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This edition includes making-of features, alternate ending and trailer.
|Product Title:||11 A.M. (DVD) (Korea Version) 11 A.M. (DVD) (韓國版) 11 A.M. (DVD) (首批限量版) (韩国版) AM 11:00 (DVD) (韓国版) 열한시 (DVD) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00|
|Artist Name(s):||Jung Jae Young (Actor) | Kim Ok Bin (Actor) | Choi Daniel (Actor) 鄭在詠 (Actor) | 金玉嬪 (Actor) | 崔丹尼爾 (Actor) 郑在咏 (Actor) | 金玉嫔 (Actor) | 崔丹尼尔 (Actor) チョン・ジェヨン (Actor) | キム・オクビン (Actor) | チェ・ダニエル (Actor) 정재영 (Actor) | 김옥빈 (Actor) | 최다니엘 (Actor)|
|Director:||Kim Hyun Seok 金炫錫 金炫锡 キム・ヒョンソク 김현석|
|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?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1035407754|
*Screen Format: 2.35 :1 Anamorphic widescreen
*Sound Mix: Dolby Digital 5.1
-Commentary by 김현석감독, 정재영, 최다니엘, 김옥빈
-내일 그리고 오늘, 11시
-주연배우 랜덤 사인엽서!
-대한민국 최초 타임스릴러 탄생!
시간 이동이라는 신선한 설정과 흥미로운 전개로 시선집중!
-정재영,최다니엘 ,김옥빈. 신선한 조합이 만들어낸 최고의 스릴러!
-대한민국 로맨틱 코미디 제왕의 첫 번째 스릴러!
<시라노; 연애조작단> 김현석 감독의 변신!
시간 이동 프로젝트 연구원 우석(정재영)은 투자 기업으로부터 프로젝트의 중단을 통보받는다. 연구를 지속하기 위해 지완(최다니엘)을 비롯한 동료들의 만류에도 불구하고, 영은(김옥빈)과 함께 위험한 테스트 이동을 감행한 우석은 24시간 후인 내일 오전 11시로의 시간 이동에 성공한다. 하지만 사라진 연구원들, 폐허가 된 기지, 누군가의 공격
24시간 후의 내일, 모든 것은 달라져 있다.
유일한 단서인 CCTV를 확보해 현재로 돌아온 우석과 영은은 바이러스에 감염된 파일을 복구해 감춰진 24시간을 추적하던 중 CCTV 속에서 연구원들의 죽음을 목격한다. 열한시가 다가올수록 CCTV 그대로 죽음이 일어나고 연구소는 폭파의 징후를 보인다. 끝까지 연구를 지속하려는 우석과 그를 말리는 지완과 영은은 숨겨진 시간 속 충격적 사실과 마주하게 되는데...
용의자, 목격자, 살인자. 모두 이 안에 있다!
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Professional Review of "11 A.M. (DVD) (Korea Version)"
11 A.M. is a Korean sci-fi thriller with a time travelling theme, marking a chance of pace for director Kim Hyun Seok, best known for the hit 2010 romantic comedy Cyrano Agency. Packed with the expected mind-bending twists and turns, the film is a high concept affair that revolves around a small cast of popular stars, including Jung Jae Young (Confession of Murder), Kim Ok Bin (Thirst) and Choi Daniel (Cyrano Agency).
The film is set in a deep sea research lab, where a team of scientists led by Woo Seok (Jung Jae Young) are attempting to build a time machine, backed by a powerful Russian corporation. Although Woo Seok, his assistant Young Eun (Kim Ok Bin) and physicist Ji Wan (Choi Daniel) have achieved the not inconsiderable feat of sending an object 24 hours into the future, they are abruptly told that their operation is to be shut down and that they are to be evacuated in two days' time. Deciding to push ahead with an unauthorised human trial, Woo Seok and Young Eun use the machine to travel into the future, arriving at the titular 11 a.m. the next day, only to find the lab in ruins and their colleagues missing. Woo Seok returns to the present time, leaving Young Eun behind, and with time running out tries to figure out what happened before they catch up with the clock.
Although Korea doesn't seem to make a lot of science fiction films, the country's forays into the genre often prove pretty interesting, and 11 A.M. certainly has a strong central conceit, even if its time travel elements are used predominantly for manipulating the viewer rather than anything plausible. It's a complex affair, and though the script does allude to its later twists from early on, it successfully manages to sneak in a few effective surprises and benefits from some intelligent structuring. Kim Hyun Seok packs a fair amount into the short running time, and while some of the plot devices are a little cheap (for example the characters being able to see CCTV footage from the future showing one of them dying, though obscuring the identity), it's slick and fast moving popcorn fun that keeps the paradoxes and headaches to a minimum without throwing in too many gratuitous set pieces or action scenes.
Perhaps unsurprisingly given Kim's previous background, for all its sci-fi touches and intricate scheming, the film is at heart character driven and a commentary on the darker aspects of human nature, charting the ways in which the characters quickly turn against each other as 11 a.m. draws near. This is nothing new of course, though it's an effective and claustrophobic take on the subject, with some good use of the limited sets and of the rapidly approaching zero hour. Some solid performances from the cast, Kim Ok Bin in particular, help to give the material a lift and to prevent the characters from becoming too much like pawns on a chessboard, and a few of the later revelations do come with somewhat of a punch. Though the tension is undermined by the fact that the supporting cast all have the word "disposable" stamped on their unfortunate foreheads, the leads and their various secrets, stories and relationships are engaging enough to keep the viewer reasonably gripped through till the satisfactory, if melodramatic, conclusion.
Ultimately, 11 A.M. isn't really science fiction in the truest sense, its use of time travel never amounting to much more than a narrative gimmick that allows director Kim Hyun Seok free reign to mess around with his characters and the audience. Still, for those not expecting something too deep, it's an entertaining puzzle box that's driven by its human elements and ideas, and which shows a pleasing reliance on its script rather than cheap thrills.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com
Customer Review of "11 A.M. (DVD) (Korea Version)"
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April 6, 2017
|It's a great film and I'm glad I bought it. The question remains why is there a remake in America named Paradox (2016) starring Zoë Bell and Malik Yoba. I can find no credit given to 11 A.M. anywhere. I find it very strange honestly as this is the superior film and clearly the original.|
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June 3, 2014
AM 11:00 and its Reflective Ruins
Set in a deep sea nuclear research base a test experiment to shift objects 24 hours into the future is the sci-fi premise here. But when science researcher Woo Seok (Jae-young Jung) and his assistant Young Eun (Ok-bin Kim) become first human test subjects who jump forward in time to precisely 11.00 AM a following day, inside a time machine via a manufactured worm hole fed by intense negative energy, all hell breaks loose. 24 hours in the future Woo Seok and Young Eun find themselves within a future destroyed area of the base amidst explosions and fire, with all other crew members missing.
Amidst the fire ridden base someone unseen tries to strangle Woo Seok but he manages to escape from the assailant and fiery hell back to his Russian corporation invested Trotsky time machine, unwittingly leaving Young Eun behind. But when Woo Seok returns back in time to the other crew members, prior to the 11:00 AM destruction, physicist Ji Wan (Daniel Choi), researcher Yeong-sik (Cheol-min Park) and researcher couple Goong-sook (Da-eun Sin) and Moon-soon (Geon-joo Lee) find their hearty celebrations of success about the time project to be changed to fear, as the awaiting crew slowly learn from a shocked Woo Seok that the base will be destroyed 24 hours hence. Grieving their Russian sponsors also, who had great interest in the project, had previously instructed Woo Seok to shut down the procedures and ready his crew for complete evacuation from the research base. But Woo Seok’s self determination overrode the order as he took the Trotsky on its first time mission with humans.
But miraculously Young Eun is found unconscious in a ventilation shaft of the Trotsky, but when Young Eun awakens she give dire warning that no one of the personal should watch the future recorded CCTV camera data, Young Eun even activating a system virus that locks out the cameras. Young Eun tells the crew someone in that fire ridden future at 11:00 AM told her not to let any past crew member see the 11:00 AM future as curiosity will surely doom them. But the crew open a Pandora’s Box of irrational and necessitated neurotic behaviour as they frantically retrieve virus infected CCTV camera data of the damaged base, witnessing on screen cams that one of the base personal will die in a fire and that nothing can change that fate. But worse horrors await as the increasingly paranoid crew approach nearer to the time of 11.00 AM and witness more horrific CCTV data of their awaiting deaths.
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June 3, 2014
Black Paradox - Forth and Back
I find time travelling themes interesting (although meddling with time reality is like turning a John Constable landscape into a Hieronymus Bosch nightmare by distorting chronological happenings, the potential for utmost chaos..unless altered time could exist in a different channel or ‘reality’) ever since watching the 1960s film adaptation of H G Well’s ‘The Time Machine’ and Dr Who, Star Trek, UFO : ‘Timelash’, The Terminator and recently comedy Black Adder - Back and Forth (Mr B’s time travelling exploits into the ‘dino’ era with Baldrick’s stinky underpants wiping out the dinosaurs and in the time twisted present Baldrick becoming UK prime minister...hurrahawwgh!). And sci-fi novels such as Piers Anthony’s time-ship ‘Ghost’ (willpower regeneration via The 7 deadly sins).
AM 11:00 though centres on two main protagonist’s unresolved souls, that time may put right, than postulating theories of space-time. But after a slow start the plot progresses with rapid intensity and overall a decent sci-fi inspired mental breakdown descent thriller/love story that doesn't necessarily alienate a non sci-fi movie goer. The movie has stark claustrophobic ambiance by the researches stuck together in an oversized sardine can (reminding me of the FTL star ship of ‘System Shock 2’ and TV sci-fi UFO) and the plot soon gravitates frenziedly when easy going base operatives turn into murderous paranoid neurotics after looking into their future fates and losing loved ones due to the dark Power of Money. Beneath the sci-fi venire (and freak fiery chaos) is conventional S Korean movie fare of relationship tragedy, love interests (Danile Choi’s Ji Wan the beau to Ok-bin’s Young Eun), regrets and flashbacks to student days. Jae-young’s Woo Seok an empathically lacking man with a wrecked marriage, due to his bruising self ego about his time project is the main problem soul here. Young Eun, too, with supportive hurt who deems her once student love Woo Seok a surrogate father figure after her scientific blood father ‘disappears’ in time.
But as Woo Seok, Young Eun and a time ship trigger a research base’s destruction from synthetically crafted negative energy the worm hole vortex seems to rage and echo their own personal and blighted endeavours/pasts. Woo Seok though comes to some human awakening, Young Eun a catalyst for Woo Seok’s last ‘action’, resurrecting his prior depleted human consideration. An action of love when all was lost (the eleventh hour). DVD is region ALL