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Genome Hazard (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Nishijima Hidetoshi (Actor) | Kim Hyo Jin (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Maki Yoko (Actor)
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Genome Hazard (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Korea Version)
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Directed by Kim Sung Su (The Flu), the Korea-Japan co-production Genome Hazard is a sci-fi crime thriller based on the novel by Tsukasaki Shiro. Shot mostly in Japanese with some Korean, the film stars popular Japanese actor Nishijima Hidetoshi (Strawberry Night) as a man living a life that does not belong to him. Korean actress Kim Hyo Jin (Marriage Blue) and Japanese actress Maki Yoko (The Ravine of Goodbye) co-star in the mind-bending thriller.

Japanese artist Ishigami (Nishijima Hidetoshi) comes home one night and finds his wife dead on the living floor. Minutes later, he receives a phone call from his wife, apparently alive and well. Before he can make sense of the situation, some men show up at the door claiming to be police officers. When he turns back around, his wife's body has disappeared. Ishigami suddenly finds himself on the run from mysterious assailants as he investigates the mystery with the help of a Korean reporter (Kim Hyo Jin) he meets by chance. Gradually, he comes to realize that his identity and memories may not be his own.

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Product Title: Genome Hazard (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Korea Version) 記憶謎圖:腦戰120小時 (DVD) (韓國版) 记忆谜图:脑战120小时 (DVD) (韩国版) ゲノムハザード ある天才科学者の5日間 (DVD) (韓国版) 무명인 (DVD) (한국판)
Also known as: 基因危機:天才科學家的五日 / 無名人 基因危机:天才科学家的五日 / 无名人
Artist Name(s): Nishijima Hidetoshi (Actor) | Kim Hyo Jin (Actor) | Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Maki Yoko (Actor) | Ibu Masato (Actor) | Park Hae Joon 西島秀俊 (Actor) | 金孝珍 (Actor) | 李璟榮 (Actor) | 真木陽子 (Actor) | 伊武雅刀 (Actor) | 朴海俊 西岛秀俊 (Actor) | 金孝珍 (Actor) | 李璟荣 (Actor) | 真木阳子 (Actor) | 伊武雅刀 (Actor) | 朴海俊 西島秀俊 (Actor) | キム・ヒョジン (Actor) | イ・キョンヨン (Actor) | 真木よう子 (Actor) | 伊武雅刀 (Actor) | Park Hae Joon Nishijima Hidetoshi (Actor) | 김효진 (Actor) | 이 경영 (Actor) | Maki Yoko (Actor) | Ibu Masato (Actor) | 박해준
Director: Kim Sung Su 金成洙 金成洙 キム・ソンス 김성수
Release Date: 2015-02-18
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea, Japan
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: Video Travel
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1038262643

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무명인 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 2.35:1 Anamorphic Wide Screen
*Sound Mix: 일본어&한국어 Dolby Digital 5.1/2.0

*Director: 김성수

* 니시지마 히데토시 & 김효진 한일 톱배우들의 만남!
* <사요나라 이츠카>, <메종 드 히미코> 니시지마 히데토시!
* 부산국제영화제 ‘한국영화의 오늘 ? 파노라마 부문’ 초청작! 예매시작 14초 만에 매진 기록!
* 소설 ‘게놈 해저드’ 원작! 치밀하고 탄탄한 스토리! 한 순간도 긴장을 놓칠 수 없는 웰메이드 스릴러!

결혼 후 나의 첫 생일, 아내가 죽었다.

사랑하는 아내와 행복한 삶을 살고 있는 이시가미(니시지마 히데토시 분). 그는 결혼 후 아내와 처음으로 함께 생일을 맞이할 설렘을 안고 집으로 향한다. 부푼 마음을 안고 집에 돌아온 이시가미는 싸늘한 시체가 된 부인을 발견하고 충격에 빠진다.

하지만 죽었다고 생각했던 아내에게서 전화가 걸려오고, 그는 믿을 수 없는 상황에 더 큰 혼란에 빠지고 만다. 사건의 진실을 파헤치던 이시가미는 취재차 도쿄를 방문한 한국 기자 강지원(김효진 분)의 도움을 받게 되지만 자신의 기억이 모두 조작되었다는 사실과 함께 거대한 음모에 휘말리게 되는데…

죽은 아내의 시체 그리고 한 통의 전화. 모든 것이 무너지고, 기억들이 사라진다!
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (2)

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April 21, 2015

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The mystery Man Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Nothing could have been better for Ishigami Taketo (Hidetoshi Nishjima) as he got home from work to celebrate his birthday with new wife Miyuki (Yoko Maki). Ishigami, a graphic illustrator who'd won a design work position after entering a competition is happy with his work, life and marriage. But the night he returns home things change. Spotting the celebratory candles of various sizes and colours on the wooden floor, Ishigami is pleasantly grateful for his wife's creative method of a birthday celebration. But across the room beneath a painting, Ishigami talking to Miyuki as she sits motionless by a wall, suddenly discovers his wife is...dead. His heart beat racing and in panic simultaneously the telephone rings, Ishigami answering and then hearing his wife's voice telling him she is now at her mother's house and will return later. But the dead body in the room is certainly Miyuki's - as far as Ishigami's mind can tell. A knock on the door - and two dark suited men enter the apartment, enquiring to Ishigami they are policemen investigating a recent murder case. His mind in fade and disorder Ishigami finds his previously normal reality, suddenly turned upside down. His wife dead, but also alive and who had just telephoned him - and now two policemen in his home? The words of the men briefly fading to an anxious ringing sound in his ears. But looking back to where Miyuki lay is now an empty space - confusing Ishigami ever more so to his now fragile sanity. Miyuki's body disappeared? Noting Ishigami's aberrant emotion, the policemen desire to know what has happened and require Ishigami to accompany them to the police station.

But as Ishigami travels in the men's car they question Ishigami 's name, as if strongly doubting his identity. When the car driver also takes a different direction away from the police station - Ishigami is assured these two men must be fakes, killers even. So fighting his way out of the men's car, in terror Ishigami escapes, runs and makes his way to...where? Nothing made sense to him now, apart from someone with a photo camera who had been following him from work lately - but he ignored such a consistence as pointless paranoia. But why had the dark suited men asked Ishigami about a Korean man, as if he knew him or even if he WAS him. How could Ishigami be a Korean man? Was Miyuki alive or dead?
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Memory and identity hazard Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
With the suspicious men frantically searching and tracking his whereabouts, Ishigami spots a stationery car on the road - a woman was driving, and so in a panic he gets in her car and tells her to drive away quickly. The woman at the wheel is a also ironically South Korean - her name Ji Won Kang (Hyo Jin Kim) a reporter from Seoul who soon becomes very interested in Mr Taketo's strange life experience. Ishigami notes in frenzy the ironic serendipitous coincidence.

The less you know about Genome Hazard the more intriguing it is, as this Korean/Japanese thriller, partly sci-fi movie, does have a less easy to predicate outcome than most plots. And it's all pretty good gripping stuff, too. Ishigami is a man with a backwards clock ticking to zero, and with a deep savage and haunting memory loss. Like no other.

Although opening with a strangely unusual premise that immerses the viewer into a man's uncertainty about himself and of what is exactly happening to him (with the addition of some dark sinister suits), and of his maddening memory loss, it's not a movie with a convoluted or over complex story to leave you bored, puzzled and bamboozled by the finish. In fact the full strange and sinister mystery about Ishigami is slowly and fully revelled.

Based on a novel by Shiro Tsukasaki it's a solid and quite disturbing story concerning the background to it all. Regarding false memory (or an invasive identity) and virus its somewhere near the William Gibson or Phillip K D~ick novel camp, if thought of as sci-fi. But this is a thriller in the main, a dark one at that, with scary implications of what might happen if the human brain and all of its chemicals are tampered with by too much medical intervention - let alone technological. (Hit over the head with a Hieronymus Bosch rhythm stick?) Plenty of symbolic here, too.

Anyway, as mentioned the opener premise is enough to get mentally gripped here and if you haven't seen this movie yet, I do really recommend this one more than most. Not quite as freaky as a silicon chip in the head, but not far off.

Acting wise, too, its an interesting one with Hidetoshi Nishjima alongside Hyo Jin Kim.
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