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Svaha: The Sixth Finger (2DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3

Lee Jung Jae (Actor) | Yoo Ji Tae (Actor) | Lee Jae In (Actor) | Jung Jin Young (Actor)
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Lee Jung Jae (Along With the Gods) exposes a cult in the mystery thriller Svaha: The Sixth Finger! The Priests director Jang Jae Hyun again delves into religious issues in this occult feature, whose cast also includes Park Jung Min (Keys to the Heart), Lee Jae In (I Can Speak), Jung Jin Young (Ode to the Goose) and Yoo Ji Tae (Money). Rising teen actress Lee Jae In won Best New Actress at the 55th Baeksang Arts Awards, the 39th Golden Cinema Film Festival and the 3rd Anyang Shinfilm Art Film Festival, while music director Kim Tae Seong won Best Music at the 40th Blue Dragon Film Awards.

Pastor Park (Lee Jung Jae) makes a living investigating and exposing shady religious groups. His latest case is a cult called Deer Hill. Meanwhile, a dead body covered with talismans and red beans is found in a tunnel, and the murder suspect later mysteriously commits suicide. The murder case raises suspicions that possibly connect to Deer Hill, and brings to light the secrets of another mysterious follower (Park Jung Min) and a girl (Lee Jae In) whose twin sister is considered a demon that brings misfortune everywhere she goes.

This edition comes with a postcard set and special features including audio commentary, movie highlights, deleted scenes, production video, character video, poster shooting and trailers.

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Product Title: Svaha: The Sixth Finger (2DVD) (Korea Version) Svaha: The Sixth Finger (DVD) (雙碟裝) (韓國版) Svaha: The Sixth Finger (DVD) (双碟装) (韩国版) サバハ (2DVD) (韓国版) 사바하 (2DVD) (한국판)
Also known as: 娑婆訶 娑婆诃
Artist Name(s): Lee Jung Jae (Actor) | Yoo Ji Tae (Actor) | Lee Jae In (Actor) | Jung Jin Young (Actor) | Lee David (Actor) | Park Jung Min (Actor) | Jin Seon Kyu (Actor) 李政宰 (Actor) | 劉 智泰 (Actor) | 李在仁 (Actor) | 鄭進永 (Actor) | Lee David (Actor) | 朴正民 (Actor) | 池承炫 (Actor) 李政宰 (Actor) | 刘 智泰 (Actor) | 李在仁 (Actor) | 郑进永 (Actor) | Lee David (Actor) | 朴正民 (Actor) | 池承炫 (Actor) イ・ジョンジェ (Actor) | ユ・ジテ (Actor) | Lee Jae In (Actor) | チョン・ジニョン (Actor) | イ・ダウィ (Actor) | パク・ジョンミン (Actor) | Jin Seon Kyu (Actor) 이정재 (Actor) | 유지태 (Actor) | 이재인 (Actor) | 정진영 (Actor) | 이다윗 (Actor) | 박정민 (Actor) | 진 선규 (Actor)
Director: Jang Jae Hyun Jang Jae Hyun Jang Jae Hyun チャン・ジェヒョン 장재현
Release Date: 2019-12-13
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Korean
Place 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: Stone Music Entertainment
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1083290971

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사바하 (2DVD) (한국판)

*Screen format:1.85:1 아나몰픽 와이드스크린
*Sound mix:한국어 돌비디지털 5.1
Commentary by 장재현 감독, 이정재, 박정민, 이재인
Commentary by 장재현 감독, 김태수 촬영감독, 서성경 미술감독

그것을 찾는 자들
영생을 꿈꾸는 자들
삭제장면 (with 음성해설)
'그것'이 알고 싶다
4가지 단서
제작기 영상
캐릭터 영상
포스터 촬영 현장
티저 예고편
메인 예고편


Commentary by 장재현 감독, 이정재, 박정민, 이재인
Commentary by 장재현 감독, 김태수 촬영감독, 서성경 미술감독

초회한정 2디스크 + 엽서4종 + 아웃박스

<검은 사제들> 장재현 감독

이정재, 콰트로 천만 배우의 새로운 도전
박정민, 평범함을 거부하는 특별한 변신

탄탄한 연기력과 독보적 존재감! 이재인, 정진영, 진선규, 이다윗
밀도 높은 미스터리를 완성한 배우들의 완벽한 조합

사람들은 말했다. 그때, 그냥, 그것이 죽었어야 한다고…

한 시골 마을에서 쌍둥이 자매가 태어난다.
온전치 못한 다리로 태어난 ‘금화’(이재인)와 모두가 오래 살지 못할 것이라고 했던 언니 ‘그것’.
하지만 그들은 올해로 16살이 되었다.

신흥 종교 비리를 찾아내는 종교문제연구소 ‘박목사’(이정재)는
사슴동산이라는 새로운 종교 단체를 조사 중이다.
영월 터널에서 여중생이 사체로 발견되는 사건이 발생하고
이를 쫓던 경찰과 우연히 사슴동산에서 마주친 박목사는 이번 건이 심상치 않음을 직감한다.

하지만 진실이 밝혀지기 전 터널 사건의 용의자는 자살하고,
그가 죽기 전 마지막으로 만난 실체를 알 수 없는 정비공 ‘나한’(박정민)과
16년 전 태어난 쌍둥이 동생 금화의 존재까지
사슴동산에 대해 파고들수록 박목사는 점점 더 많은 미스터리와 마주하게 되는데…!

그것이 태어나고 모든 사건이 시작되었다
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Professional Review of "Svaha: The Sixth Finger (2DVD) (Korea Version)"

February 19, 2020

It's no surprise that the makers of Svaha: The Sixth Finger got into trouble with Korean religious groups. After all, a film that features a hero whose mission is to expose religious cults in a country where, as one character says, "freedom of religion is overly protected" is bound to rile a few people.

But Svaha isn't a provocative take on religious canon like Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ. Instead, director Jang Jae Hyun's follow-up to The Priests shares more in common with horror-tinged supernatural thrillers like Constantine or The X-Files. Part detective procedural and part occult thriller, this stylish and smartly crafted film may very well provide star Lee Jung Jae with a new blockbuster franchise.

Lee stars as Pastor Park, an investigator who makes money from major religious groups by uncovering information on pseudo-religious groups of dubious integrity. However, the white collar around Park's neck doesn't mean that the man is above chain-smoking, flaunting his material wealth (he drives around in a BMW) or making shameless pleas for donations at college lectures.

Park's intuition leads him to Deer Hill, an organization that appears to be a charity organization at first glance. However, a deep dive into its scriptures reveals far more sinister intentions. Cue densely packed expository scenes of characters sorting through conspiracy theories and religious scriptures.

Jang's ambitious script doesn't stop there, throwing in two other plot strands that run concurrently to Park's investigation: There's the story of Geum Hwa, a teenage girl in a rural village whose twin sister has been locked in a shed because she's purportedly possessed by a demon. And there's also Na Han, a young man who's committed a string of killings for a mysterious figure with grand aspirations. The first hour may confuse some as Jang constantly jumps from one story to another with little hint of their connection, but the three stories finally converge to intriguing effect in the second half when a major star who shan't be named finally appears.

Both The Priests and Jang-scripted thriller House of the Disappeared touch on the link between religion and the paranormal, but Svaha is Jang's most thoughtful take on the subject. Like The Priests, the film deconstructs and examines the traditional definitions of good and evil. What does it mean to commit a heinous deed in the name of defeating evil? Is Pastor Park an honorable character even with his various vices? Svaha is a strong companion piece to Na Hong Jin's The Wailing, which also deals with Korean shamanism and fear of the occult.

Armed with a bigger budget than his previous film, the writer-director serves up an accomplished thriller with impressive directorial touches that pushes the creepiness factor (Kim Tae Seong's atmospheric score also deserves part of the credit for that). Park's scenes with his office assistant, his young investigative associate and a monk (played by Extreme Job breakout star Jin Seon Kyu) also offer healthy doses of humor that bring welcome relief to the story's weighty themes.

While Svaha didn't reach the box office heights of The Priests, it did achieve moderate success at the Korean box office and out-grossed 2019's other big-budget paranormal franchise starter, The Divine Fury. If Lee and the rest of the cast decide to commit to another cult-busting adventure in spite of the trouble they stirred up, count me in.

by Kevin Ma

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