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Alone (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Lee Ju Won (Actor)
| Kim Dong Hyun (Actor)
A man is trapped in an unending nightmare in the surreal world of Alone, the second feature of A Fish director Park Hong Min. The acclaimed psycho thriller won the Jury Prize at the 2015 Seoul Independent Film Festival, as well as the Audience Award and Actor of the Year for Lee Ju Won (A Matter of Interpretation) at the Busan International Film Festival. Following its international premiere at the 2016 International Film Festival Rotterdam, the indie film was screened at various film festivals including Taipei Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival and Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, where Park received the New Talent Award.
While taking photos of a shanty neighborhood, Su Min (Lee Ju Won) witnesses a woman's murder. He immediately tries to escape with his camera but he gets caught by the killers, who attack him with a hammer. When he wakes up, he finds himself naked in an alley without any wounds! Believing that he just had a nightmare, Su Min returns home, only to get attacked again by the same killers. Every time he regains consciousness, he is back at the same starting point and encounters more weird events. Losing his way in a complex maze of alleys, Su Min can't tell whether it's reality or just a dream.
Warriors of the Dawn (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yeo Jin Gu (Actor)
| Lee Jung Jae (Actor)
| Park Won Sang (Actor)
| Kim Moo Yeol (Actor)
A group of commoner mercenaries fight to the death to defend their country in Warriors of the Dawn. Marathon director Jeong Yun Cheol returns to the directorial chair after nine years for the period epic set in 16th century Korea. Lee Jung Jae (Operation Chromite) leads a group of proxy soldiers protecting the Crown Prince, played by Yeo Jin Gu (The Long Way Home), from an invading army. The blockbuster also features Kim Moo Yeol (Northern Limit Line), Kim Myung Gon (The Admiral: Roaring Currents), Park Won Sang (The Throne) and Esom (Scarlet Innocence).
Before fleeing to Ming China to escape Japanese invaders, King Seonjo appoints Prince Gwanghae (Yeo Jin Gu) as the Crown Prince and interim ruler. The sheltered prince has no choice but to take his father's seat and set out on the task of creating a new army. He is accompanied on his journey by a group of poor commoner proxy soldiers, led by To Woo (Lee Jung Jae), who were hired to fight in the place of others. However, conflicts arise between the proxy soldiers and the royal court when Prince Gwanghae gets ambushed by Japanese troops.
This edition comes with special features including commentary, making-of, production video, character video and trailer.
The Mimic (2DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Yeom Jung Ah (Actor)
| Park Hyuk Kwon (Actor)
| Lee Joon Hyuk (Actor)
| Huh Jung (Director)
Fourteen years after the blockbuster classic A Tale of Two Sisters, Yeom Jung Ah returns to the horror genre in The Mimic, the second feature by Hide and Seek director Huh Jung. The creepy supernatural flick is inspired by a Korean folk tale about an evil tiger spirit that lures people by mimicking the voices of their loved ones. Yeom Jung Ah makes her silver screen comeback as a desperate mother who gets entangled in a series of hair-raising occurrences after meeting a mysterious girl played by child star Shin Rin Ah (The Last Princess). Park Hyuk Kwon (A Break Alone) and Heo Jin (The Wailing) co-star in the film.
To find her missing son Joon Seo, Hee Yeon (Yeom Jung Ah) and her family rush back to their hometown. While searching for Joon Seo, she encounters a little girl (Shin Rin Ah) and decides to take care of her until the girl finds her parents. As they grow closer, Hee Yeon discovers that the girl mimics the voice and appearance of her daughter Joon Hee and even calls her "mother!" What's more, her mother-in-law (Heo Jin) starts hearing mysterious voices and gets abducted to a cave related to a mythical man-eating creature.
This edition comes with special features including commentary, making-of, poster shooting, CG effects, still gallery, moving comic and trailer.
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