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Pain (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

Kwon Sang Woo (Actor) | Jeong Ryeo Won (Actor) | Kim Min Joon (Actor) | Ma Dong Seok (Actor)
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Known for thrillers and gangster movies like Friend and Typhoon, director Kwak Kyung Taek departs from his tough, masculine stories in his latest film Pain. The blockbuster filmmaker's first feature in three years, the romantic melodrama is a unique love story between a man who can't feel pain and a woman who is ultra sensitive to pain. No stranger to melodramas, Kwon Sang Woo (71 - Into the Fire) stars as the numb hero whose life changes when he falls in love with his polar opposite, played by Jeong Ryeo Won (In Love and the War). Set in Seoul instead of the director's hometown and usual filming location of Busan, Pain is based on an original story by popular comic artist Kang Pool, whose works have been previously adapted into the films Apartment, Hello, Schoolgirl, and Ba:bo.

Debt collector Nam Soon (Kwon Sang Woo) lost his sense of pain after a traumatic accident during his youth, and now regularly takes beatings for his job. Street vendor Dong Hyun (Jung Ryeo Won) suffers from severe hemophilia, a disorder that impedes the body's ability to stop bleeding. For Dong Hyun, even the most minor of injuries could be deadly. She's left homeless after Nam Soon collects the last of her money, so he decides to take her in. Together, these two lonely souls learn to hurt and hope again...

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Product Title: Pain (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 痛症 (DVD) (台灣版) 痛症 (DVD) (台湾版) 痛み (DVD) (台湾版) 통증
Artist Name(s): Kwon Sang Woo (Actor) | Jeong Ryeo Won (Actor) | Kim Min Joon (Actor) | Ma Dong Seok (Actor) | Jang Young Nam (Actor) 權 相佑 (Actor) | 鄭麗媛 (Actor) | 金敏俊 (Actor) | 馬東石 (Actor) | 張英南 (Actor) 权 相佑 (Actor) | 郑丽媛 (Actor) | 金敏俊 (Actor) | 马东石 (Actor) | 张英南 (Actor) クォン・サンウ (Actor) | チョン・リョウォン (Actor) | キム・ミンジュン (Actor) | マ・ドンソク (Actor) | チャン・ヨンナム (Actor) 권 상우 (Actor) | 정려원 (Actor) | 김 민준 (Actor) | 마동석 (Actor) | 장영남 (Actor)
Director: Kwak Kyung Taek 郭暻澤 郭暻泽 クァク・キョンテク 곽경택
Release Date: 2013-04-19
Language: Korean
Subtitles: Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0
Disc Format(s): DVD, DVD-5
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 104 (mins)
Publisher: AV-Jet International Media Co., Ltd
Package Weight: 110 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1033162780

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導演:郭京澤

  愛.不痛
  沒有什麼比得上無法愛妳的痛

  因為童年時的一次交通意外,南順(權相佑 飾)失去了家人,為此一直耿耿於懷,並患上後遺症,對所有肉體上的疼痛都無法感知。漸漸地,肉體上麻木擴散至心靈,南順的生活越來越索然無味。就在此時,他遇上了一個奇怪的女子。

  她叫東賢(鄭麗媛 飾),從出生起就帶著與生俱來的生理缺陷--哪怕是微小的一點傷痛都有可能來致命的後果。即便如此,她仍樂觀而頑強地生活著,並在此時遇到了扭轉她一生的男人,南順。在她看來,這是一個無法想像的男人,身上永遠帶著各種各樣的傷痕,卻始終無法感知任何痛楚。她多麼希望將幸福的回憶和激動的心情統統傳遞給這個男人。

  他們面前的阻力和挫折源源不斷,生活和他們開著殘酷的玩笑。靈肉完全相悖的兩個人可以走到一起嗎?
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Professional Review of "Pain (DVD) (Taiwan Version)"

February 10, 2012

This professional review refers to Pain (DVD) (2-Disc) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
Korean blockbuster director Kwak Kyung Taek, responsible for hits such as Friend and Typhoon, returns with something a little different in Pain, his first film in three years. Far more of a melodrama than his previous outings, the film still sees Kwak working in his usual tortured macho themes through the rather odd romantic pairing of a man who can't feel pain and a fragile haemophiliac woman. Based on an original story by manhwa artist Kang Pool, many of whose other works have previously made it to the screen, including Apartment, Hello, Schoolgirl and Ba:bo the film has an impressive pair of popular leads in actor Kwon Sang Woo (71 - Into the Fire) and Jeong Ryeo Won (In Love and the War) as the two halves of the unlikely central couple.

Set in Seoul, the film follows Kwon Sang Woo lowly debt collector Nam Soon, who lost the ability to feel pain as a child after a tragic accident which claimed the lives of his family. Now, the unfortunate man makes a living by letting his boss beat the hell out of him in front of clients to try and terrify them into paying up. His work brings him into contact with broke and downtrodden market seller Dong Hyun (Jung Ryeo Won), who suffers from a condition nearly the opposite of his own, with her being a severe haemophiliac at serious risk from even the slightest injury. When it becomes clear that she is unable to repay her debt, Nam Soon lets her move in with him, and the two slowly warm to each other, finding love for the first time in their lives. Sadly, though inevitably, things don't run smoothly, with her health worsening and his work pushing him closer and closer to danger.

Although the premise of Pain may sound a little daft or contrived, and perhaps more in-keeping with some of Kang Pool's less serious manhwa comics, Kwak Kyung Taek does a determined job of making good use of it. This is certainly hammered home through the film's depiction of Nam Soon going about his daily job, which inevitably seems to involve him being slapped around, having bottles smashed over his head or his hands crushed with bricks. Whilst this is never particularly believable, the film choosing for the first couple of acts to treat him as not only being immune to pain, but being possessed of near superhero like resilience, it does give things a very different and at times quite bizarre feel a few scenes of excessive punishment making for (presumably) unintentional laughs. Dong Hyun is similarly treated in a rather odd manner, at times being close to a wacky romantic comedy heroine, and at others a delicate lost soul type, and this too adds to the film coming across as a bit uncertain of tone.

This is also seen in a plot which is often unfocused and prone to meanderings, and in the fact that the film is frequently bloody and violent, as if being unable to decide whether or not it wants to be a hard edged crime drama or a sort of illness themed sad-eyed romance. Although this might not sound ideal for a film with dramatic intent, it actually works quite well, and stops things from ever getting too heavy handed or moody, as well as helping to distract from what is essentially a very familiar tale despite its leftfield trappings. This eccentricity makes the film much more entertaining than it might otherwise have been, and its moments of silliness are definitely preferable to the po-faced, over the top angst usually seen in Korean melodramas.

Also in the film's favour are the solid performances from Kwon Sang Woo and Jung Ryeo Won, who both add a crucial likeability to their characters. This adds welcome depth to their bonding, and the film's central relationship is generally a strong one, drawing upon their shared status as bruised outsiders rather than the gimmicky use of their conditions. Things do get quite moving as a result, and although not really the meaningful tearjerker that Kwak's occasionally mock-artistic direction seems to think it is, the film has a good number of effectively emotional scenes.

Pain is certainly an interesting film, and one more entertaining and engaging than most other recent Korean melodramas or illness themed efforts, thanks in part to the offbeat handling of its faintly silly premise. Quirky enough to stand out from the crowd and offering a respectable amount of convincing sentimentality, it should be enjoyed by fans of the form or the stars, or perhaps viewers looking for something a little different.

by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com

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