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A Taxi Driver (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Song Kang Ho (Actor)
| Ryu Jun Yeol (Actor)
| Yu Hae Jin (Actor)
| Choi Gwi Hwa (Actor)
The Front Line director Jang Hoon revisits the brutal history behind Korea's journey to democracy in his fourth feature A Taxi Driver. Selected as Korea's Oscar candidate for Best Foreign Language Film, the historical action drama is based on a real-life story that took place during the 1980 Gwangju Uprising, which played an important role in the development of Korean democracy. Song Kang Ho (The Age of Shadows) portrays a taxi driver who helps a German journalist expose the Korean government's brutal suppression of the democracy movement to the world. The actor was crowned Best Actor at various major film awards, including the 26th Buil Film Awards, the 21st Fantasia International Film Festival and the 38th Blue Dragon Film Awards. Named the Best Film at the 54th Grand Bell Awards, the blockbuster drama is supported by a distinguished cast that includes German actor Thomas Kretschmann (Jungle), Ryu Jun Yeol (The King), Park Hyuk Kwon (The Mimic), Um Tae Goo (The Age of Shadows), Yu Hae Jin (Confidential Assignment) who won Best Supporting Actor at the 37th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, and Choi Gwi Hwa (The Outlaws) who won Best New Actor at the 17th Director's Cut Awards.
Tokyo-based German reporter Peter (Thomas Kretschmann) hears that an uprising is happening in Gwangju, South Korea, and sets off to investigate the incident, which is not being covered in Korean news. Man Seob (Song Kang Ho) is a widowed taxi driver who struggles to pay rent while taking care of his 11-year-old daughter. When he learns that a foreigner is offering a large sum of money for a taxi driver, Man Seob takes the job without hesitation and drives Peter from Seoul to Gwangju, not realizing that the besieged city is under lockdown. When they finally make it into Gwangju, Man Seob and Peter find themselves in the midst of a massive student-led demonstration and the government's violent crackdown.
Memoir of a Murderer (Blu-ray) (2-Disc) (Director's Cut Collection) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A
Sol Kyung Gu (Actor)
| Kim Nam Gil (Actor)
| Seol Hyun (AOA) (Actor)
| Hwang Seok Jeong (Actor)
Sol Kyung Gu (The Merciless) shows the mental world of a former serial killer suffering from amnesia in the crime thriller Memoir of Murderer, which brought him the Best Actor prizes at the 17th Director's Cut Awards and 9th Korea Film Reporters Association Film Awards. The Suspect director Won Sin Yeon adapts Kim Young Ha's best-selling novel for the blockbuster, which co-stars Kim Nam Gil (Pandora) and AOA's Seol Hyun (Gangnam Blues).
Serial killer Byung Soo (Sol Kyung Gu) lost his memory after a car accident 17 years ago, and is now living a peaceful life with his teenage daughter Eun Hee (Seol Hyun). When new murders happen near his town, he becomes worried that he has started killing again but he doesn't remember anything. However, his instinct tells him that Eun Hee's cop boyfriend Tae Joo (Kim Nam Gil) is the real culprit. Byung Soo looks for evidence of Tae Joo's crime but his behavior attracts Tae Joo's attention. Byung Soo devises a plan to protect his daughter from being killed but his memory is fading day by day.
The two-disc release includes the 118-minute Theatrical Cut and the 128-minute Original Director's Cut of Memoir of a Murderer. This edition also comes with a random postcard and special features including commentary, adaptation from novel to screen, CG effects, VIP premiere, still gallery and trailer.
Man of Will (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
Song Seung Heon (Actor)
| Jo Jin Woong (Actor)
| Jung Man Shik (Actor)
| Jung Jin Young (Actor)
Jo Jin Woong (Bluebeard) displays the indomitable spirit of Korean national hero Kim Koo in Man of Will based on the independence fighter's real-life story. Song Seung Heon (Wonderful Nightmare) takes on his first villain role as a cruel prison director in the 1890s-set period drama. The two actors share the screen with Jung Jin Young (Pandora), Jung Man Shik (Asura: The City of Madness), Shin Jung Geun (Enemies In-Law), Lee Seo Won (Hospital Ship), Kwak Dong Yeon (Love in the Moonlight) and Lee Seon Gyun in a cameo role. Screened at the 2017 Hawaii International Film Festival, Man of Will marks the directorial debut of Lee Won Tae, who wrote the story of The Magician.
Kim Chang Soo (Jo Jin Woong), an indignant man with a strong sense of justice, is put on death row for killing a Japanese man whom he believes assassinated Empress Myeongseong. Chang Soo insists that he is innocent and refuses to get along with other prisoners. However, he soon discovers that most of the criminals were falsely convicted due to their illiteracy and low social status. To help clear their charges, Chang Soo writes petition letters on their behalf and teaches them to read and write. Just when the prisoners finally see some hope for the future, they get assigned to work at a hellish construction site that is even worse than jail.
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