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Operation Chromite (2DVD) (Outbox + Double Case + Photobook) (Extended Limited Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Liam Neeson (Actor) | Lee Jung Jae (Actor) | Lee Bum Soo (Actor) | Jung Jun Ho (Actor)
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Six years after 71 - Into the Fire, director John H. Lee crafts another Korean War blockbuster with Operation Chromite, this time based on the Battle of Incheon in 1950. Paying homage to the hidden heroes who played a decisive role in South Korea's victory, the war drama follows eight soldiers who spied on North Korea. Hollywood actor Liam Neeson stars as American general Douglas MacArthur, the mastermind of the top-secret Operation Chromite. Lee Jung Jae (Assassination) portrays a South Korean spy unit leader and Lee Bum Soo (The City of Violence) plays the enemy colonel controlling North Korean troops in Incheon.

In 1950, North Korean forces have invaded most of South Korea including Incheon. A U.S.-led UN coalition comes to aid South Korea, with General Douglas MacArthur (Liam Neeson) planning to mount an all-out attack in Incheon despite the objection of other military leaders. MacArthur launches a spy operation known as "X-Ray" to collect tactical intelligence from the enemies occupying Incheon. Led by navy captain Jang Hak Soo (Lee Jung Jae), the eight-man spy unit infiltrates the North Korean army command center, but the center's commander Lim Gye Jin (Lee Bum Soo) soon becomes suspicious of their motives.

This edition comes with a photobook and special features including commentary, making film, poster shooting, production video, history of Operation Chromite and trailers.

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Product Title: Operation Chromite (2DVD) (Outbox + Double Case + Photobook) (Extended Limited Edition) (Korea Version) 代號:鐵鉻行動 (DVD) (雙碟裝) (Outbox+Double Case+寫真書) (加長限量版) (韓國版) 代号:铁铬行动 (DVD) (双碟装) (Outbox+Double Case+写真书) (加长限量版) (韩国版) 仁川上陸作戦 (2DVD) (Outbox + Double Case + Photobook) (Extended Limited Edition) (韓国版) 인천상륙작전 (2DVD) (아웃박스 + 더블투명케이스 + 화보집) (익스텐디드 에디션) (한국판)
Also known as: 仁川登陸戰 仁川登陆战
Artist Name(s): Liam Neeson (Actor) | Lee Jung Jae (Actor) | Lee Bum Soo (Actor) | Jung Jun Ho (Actor) | Kim Sun Ah (Actor) | Park Cheol Min (Actor) | Jin Se Yeon (Actor) | Kim Young Ae (Actor) | Park Sung Woong (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | Woo Do Hwan 利安里遜 (Actor) | 李政宰 (Actor) | 李凡秀 (Actor) | 鄭俊浩 (Actor) | 金 宣兒 (Actor) | 朴哲民 (Actor) | 陳世妍 (Actor) | 金英愛 (Actor) | 朴誠雄 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | 禹棹煥 利安里逊 (Actor) | 李政宰 (Actor) | 李凡秀 (Actor) | 郑俊浩 (Actor) | 金 宣儿 (Actor) | 朴哲民 (Actor) | 陈世妍 (Actor) | 金英爱 (Actor) | 朴诚雄 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | 禹棹焕 リーアム・ニーソン (Actor) | イ・ジョンジェ (Actor) | イ・ボムス (Actor) | チョン・ジュノ (Actor) | キム・ソナ (Actor) | パク・チョルミン (Actor) | ジン・セヨン (Actor) | キム・ヨンエ (Actor) | パク・ソンウン (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok (Actor) | ウ・ドファン Liam Neeson (Actor) | 이 정재 (Actor) | 이 범수 (Actor) | 정 준호 (Actor) | 김 선아 (Actor) | 박철민 (Actor) | 진세연 (Actor) | 김영애 (Actor) | 박성웅 (Actor) | 김병옥 (Actor) | 우도환
Director: John H. Lee 李 宰漢 李 宰汉 イ・ジェハン 이재한
Release Date: 2017-01-27
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Country of Origin: South Korea
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: IVE Entertainment
Other Information: 2-Disc
Shipment Unit: 2 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1057015607

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인천상륙작전 (2DVD) (익스텐디드 에디션) (아웃박스 + 더블투명케이스 + 화보집) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 2.35:1

*Director: 이재한

Disc. 1

* 영상: 익스텐디드에디션버전 2.35:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린
* 오디오: 한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
Commentary by 이재한 감독, 이정재, 진세연, 박철민
* 자막: 한국어, 영어
* 러닝타임: 141분
* 레이어: 듀얼레이어

Disc. 2Special Features - 94분 22초 수록

- X-RAY 작전의 시작 (메이킹 필름) : 35분 21초
- 첩보작전 현장 (액션 위주의 메이킹 필름) : 35분 1초
- 숨겨진 영웅들 (포스터 촬영 현장) : 5분40초
- 설민석 역사 강의 영상: 10분 9초
- 제작기 영상 : 3분 56초
- 캐릭터 예고편 : 2분 35초
- 메인 예고편 : 1분 40초

5. 줄거리

1950년 6월 25일 북한의 기습 남침으로 불과 사흘 만에 서울 함락,
한 달 만에 낙동강 지역을 제외한 한반도 전 지역을 빼앗기게 된 대한민국.
국제연합군 최고사령관 ‘더글라스 맥아더’(리암 니슨)는 모두의 반대 속 인천상륙작전을 계획한다.
성공확률 5000:1, 불가능에 가까운 작전.
이를 가능케 하는 것은 단 하나, 인천으로 가는 길이 확보되어야 하는 것뿐이다.

맥아더의 지시로 대북 첩보작전 ‘X-RAY’에 투입된 해군 첩보부대 대위 ‘장학수’(이정재)는
북한군으로 위장 잠입해 인천 내 동태를 살피며 정보를 수집하기 시작한다.
하지만 인천 방어사령관 ‘림계진’(이범수)에 의해 정체가 발각되는 위기에 놓인 가운데
‘장학수’와 그의 부대원들은 전세를 바꿀 단 한번의 기회, 단 하루의 작전을 위해
인천상륙 함대를 유도하는 위험천만한 임무에 나서는데...

6. 제품소개

- 인천상륙작전 익스텐디드에디션 버전 수록 : 본편 총 런닝타임 141분
- 국내영화 최초 리암 리슨 맥아더 장군 역으로 출연!
- 2DISC 출시 : 본편 그리고 스페셜피쳐 2개의 디스크
- 스페셜피쳐 : 94분 수록,특히 설민석의 인천상륙작전 강의 영상이 수록되어 [인천상륙작전]과 관련된 역사적 사실을 보고 들을 수가 있다.
- 코멘터리수록 : 이재한감독 그리고 이정재,전세연,박철민 배우 코멘터리 수록

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Professional Review of "Operation Chromite (2DVD) (Outbox + Double Case + Photobook) (Extended Limited Edition) (Korea Version)"

March 8, 2017

Another Korean historical military blockbuster arrives in the form of Operation Chromite, which depicts the events leading up to the Battle of Incheon in 1950, which proved to be a pivotal moment in the Korean War. The film was directed by John H. Lee, returning to the genre six years after his popular hit 71 – Into the Fire, backed by considerable star power in leading men Lee Jung-jae (Assassination) and Lee Bum-soo (The City of Violence), joined by Hollywood star Liam Neeson. Filled with large scale battle scenes and real-life heroism, the film scored big at the domestic box office, opening in the number one slot.

The film is set in 1950, with the North Korean army having taken over most of South Korea and with the rest of the country set to fall. Leading the U.S.-led UN coalition tasked with driving back the communist hordes is American general Douglas MacArthur (Liam Neeson), who formulates the top-secret Operation Chromite, a daring invasion of Incheon by sea. For the plan to succeed, intelligence is needed on the treacherous currents and mine filled waters off the coast of Incheon, and a team of eight operatives is gathered to carry out this deadly undercover mission, code-named 'X-Ray', headed up by navy Captain Jang Hak-soo (Lee Jung-jae). Disguised as North Korean officers, Jang and his men come up against the ruthless Commander Lim Gye-jin (Lee Bum-soo), who soon starts to suspect that some of his comrades are not what they seem.

Any viewers who have seen even just a couple of Korean military blockbusters from the last few years should have a very good idea what to expect with Operation Chromite, namely an overabundance of testosterone-soaked bellowing and blustering, grand CGI-heavy set pieces, a supporting cast which is inexorably whittled down towards the end (though with the unfortunates each having the time to give lengthy noble death speeches), and plenty of sappy flashbacks to simpler, happier times with mothers, spouses and families. John H. Lee really doesn't make any effort to diverge from the formula at all, and the film is reminiscent in feel to most others of its type, including his own 71 – Into the Fire – while the undercover and spy elements could have added something slightly different, these come across as having been lifted directly from Choi Dong-hoon's recent hit Assassination. There's nothing new here at all, and the film is predictable throughout, right down to its ever-present nationalism and last act melodrama, even going so far as to end with the usual flashback scene of cast members gathering for a tragic pre-mission photo.

The lack of originality aside, Operation Chromite does still have plenty to offer viewers who aren’t overly jaded with the form, chief amongst which is a solid cast of popular stars, all of whom give good value for money. While Lee Jung-jae doesn't stray far from the expected heroic stoicism, he manages to make Jang Hak-soo at least semi-human and likeable, though its Lee Bum-soo who steals the show as the villainous Lim Gye-jin, turning him into an amusingly over the top villain who simply seems hell-bent on causing carnage, his highly entertaining turn deservedly winning him the Popularity Awards at the 53rd Grand Bell Awards. Liam Neeson also does well, at least by the standards of western actors in Korean films, and seems to have had a fine old time chewing the scenery and his pipe, even if more than half his lines are groan-inducing platitudes. Certainly, his presence seems to have given the rest of the non-Korean cast a lift, and the film manages to avoid the usual trouble of having grating non-actors in the westerner roles.

The film also benefits from some top notch production values, looking every frame the big budget epic. As he showed with 71 – Into the Fire, Lee has real flair and talent when it comes to battle sequences which are both spectacular and gritty, and the film packs in plenty of blood and dirt as it puts its characters through the wringer. A few instances of substandard special effects notwithstanding, the film does impress visually and viscerally, something which helps considerably when it comes to overcoming what's unfortunately, if unsurprisingly, bloated running time. Though the original theatrical cut fares better in this regard than the half an hour longer extended edition, even it suffers from a meandering pace, and the film could certainly have done with the trimming of some of its flashbacks and scenes of teary melodrama, which do drag it down.

However, this is very much par for the course, and Operation Chromite is an above average offering, with what should be more than enough bombast to keep fans happy. Still, it's hard not to feel a little underwhelmed by the familiarity of it all, and though John H. Lee has crafted something perfectly respectable, many will yearn for the day when a director actually tries to do something different with the form instead of sticking to the same tried and tested path.

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