The Fatal Encounter (2014) (DVD) (2-Disc) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) DVD Region 3
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The Fatal Encounter marks the feature debut of television director Lee Jae Kyu whose hit dramas include The King 2 Hearts, Beethoven Virus and Damo. Besides Hyun Bin, the film boasts an all-star cast that includes Jung Jae Young (Confession of Murder) as the king's clerk, Jo Jung Suk (The Face Reader) as an assassin, Han Ji Min (Rooftop Prince) as the powerful Queen Dowager, Jung Eun Chae (Nobody's Daughter Haewon) as a palace maid, Cho Jae Hyun (Moebius) as an assassin trainer and Park Sung Woong (New World) as the chief royal guard - all of whom are different players in the assassination conspiracy consuming the court.
This edition includes making of, interviews, stage greeting, character videos, poster shoot and other special features.
|Product Title:||The Fatal Encounter (2014) (DVD) (2-Disc) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version) 逆鱗 (2014) (DVD) (雙碟裝) (普通版) (韓國版) 逆鳞 (2014) (DVD) (双碟装) (普通版) (韩国版) 逆鱗 (2014) (DVD) (2-Disc) (通常版) (韓国版) 역린 (DVD) (2디스크) (일반판) (한국판)|
|Also known as:||殺王者 杀王者|
|Artist Name(s):||Hyun Bin (Actor) | Han Ji Min (Actor) | Cho Jae Hyun (Actor) | Jung Jae Young (Actor) | Kim Sung Ryung (Actor) | Park Sung Woong (Actor) | Jung Eun Chae (Actor) | Jo Jung Suk (Actor) 玄彬 (Actor) | 韓智敏 (Actor) | 曹在顯 (Actor) | 鄭在詠 (Actor) | 金成玲 (Actor) | 朴誠雄 (Actor) | 鄭恩彩 (Actor) | 曹 政奭 (Actor) 玄彬 (Actor) | 韩智敏 (Actor) | 曹在显 (Actor) | 郑在咏 (Actor) | 金成玲 (Actor) | 朴诚雄 (Actor) | 郑恩彩 (Actor) | 曹 政奭 (Actor) ヒョンビン (Actor) | ハン・ジミン (Actor) | チョ・ジェヒョン (Actor) | チョン・ジェヨン (Actor) | キム・ソンリョン (Actor) | パク・ソンウン (Actor) | チョン・ウンチェ (Actor) | チョ・ジョンソク (Actor) 현빈 (Actor) | 한지민 (Actor) | 조 재현 (Actor) | 정재영 (Actor) | 김성령 (Actor) | 박성웅 (Actor) | 정은채 (Actor) | 조정석 (Actor)|
|Director:||Lee Jae Kyu 李在奎 李在奎 イ・ジェギュ 이재규|
|Place of Origin:||South Korea|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Region Code:||3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1037526639|
*Screen Format: 2.39:1 Anamorphic Wide Screen
*Sound Mix: 한국어,오디오 Commentary( 현빈, 정재영, 조정석, 한지민, 이재규 감독) Dolby Surround 5.1/2.0
* 메이킹(11분 30초)
- 감독 인터뷰(28분 10초)
- 현빈 인터뷰(13분 04초)
- 조정석 인터뷰(08분 07초)
- 한지민 인터뷰(05분 19초)
* 이재규 감독 GV 영상(2분)
* 무대인사 영상(1분 42초)
* 제작보고회 현장 영상(3분 12초)
* 제작기 영상(3분 1초)
* 캐릭터 영상(4분 6초)
* 스펙타클 영상(1분 34초)
* 배우 3인 연기투혼 영상(1분 14초)
* 고생담 영상(2분 8초)
* 포스터 촬영 스케치(4분 59초)
* 대한민국을 뒤흔들 최고의 멀티 캐스팅! 암살 위험 속에서도 강인함을 잃지 않는 젊은 왕 ‘정조’로 완벽 변신한 ‘현빈’! 정재영, 조정석, 조재현, 한지민, 김성령, 박성웅, 정은채까지 명품 배우 총출동!
* 역사 속에 감춰졌던 숨막히는 24시간 1777년 7월 28일 ‘정유역변’ 실화를 모티브로 한 드라마틱한 스토리!
* 연출의 귀재 <다모>, <베토벤 바이러스>, <더킹 투하츠> 이재규 감독의 압도적인 영상 미학 충무로 최고 스탭들이 탄생시킨 웰메이드 프로덕션!
*감독 - 이재규
*주연 - 현빈, 정재영, 조정석, 조재현, 한지민,김성령, 박성웅, 정은채 外
인시(寅時) 정각(오전 3시)
‘과인은 사도세자의 아들이다’.
정조 1년, 끊임없는 암살 위협에 시달리며 밤에도 잠을 이루지 못하는 정조(현빈). 정조가 가장 신임하는 신하 상책(정재영)은 그의 곁을 밤낮으로 그림자처럼 지킨다.
인시(寅時) 반각(오전 4시)
날이 밝아오자 할마마마 정순왕후에게 아침 문안인사를 위해 대왕대비전으로 향하는 정조. 왕의 호위를 담당하는 금위영 대장 홍국영(박성웅)과 상책이 그의 뒤를 따른다.
묘시(卯時) 정각(오전 5시)
‘주상이 다치면 내가 강녕하지 않아요’. 노론 최고의 수장인 정순왕후(한지민)는 넌지시 자신의 야심을 밝히며 정조에게 경고한다.
묘시(卯時) 반각(오전 6시)
정조의 처소 존현각에는 세답방 나인 월혜(정은채)가 의복을 수거하기 위해 다녀가고, 정조의 어머니 혜경궁(김성령)이 찾아와 ‘지난 밤 꿈자리가 흉했다’며 아들의 안위를 걱정한다.
진시(辰時) 육각(오전 8시 30분)
한편 궐 밖, 조선 최고의 실력을 지닌 살수(조정석)는 오늘 밤 왕의 목을 따오라는 광백(조재현)의 암살 의뢰를 받게 되는데…
왕의 암살을 둘러싸고 살아야 하는 자, 죽여야 하는 자, 살려야 하는 자들의
엇갈린 운명의 24시가 시작된다!
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Although Korean screens have over the last decade been overflowing with historical epics and costume dramas, The Fatal Encounter was more eagerly awaited than most due to its featuring popular actor Hyun Bin (Late Autumn) in what was to be the first period set role of his career, and his first outing after returning from military service. The Joseon Dynasty affair was also of note for marking the big screen debut of director Lee Jae Kyu, the man behind a string of highly successful television series, including The King 2 Hearts, Beethoven Virus and Damo. Despite only garnering mixed reviews, the film went down well with local audiences and emerged as a box office success story, going on to sell nearly four million tickets.
Set in 1777, the film sees Hyun Bin taking on the meaty role of King Jeongjo, the 22nd monarch of the Joseon Dynasty, who after witnessing the death of his father and surviving countless assassination attempts himself during the first year of his reign has become a guarded figure who only trusts his clerk Sang Chaek (Jung Jae Young, Confession of Murder) and his head guard (Park Sung Woong, New World). It's quickly established that his suspicions are entirely grounded, with the ruthless Empress Dowager (Han Ji Min, Rooftop Prince) plotting to dethrone him at every turn, a far-reaching conspiracy aiming to take his life, and trained killers lurking in the shadows. One of the would-be assassins is Eul Soo (Jo Jung Suk, The Face Reader), cruelly trained since birth by an evil slaver (Cho Jae Hyun, Moebius), though his mission becomes more complicated when he falls for a palace maid called Wol Hye (Jung Eun Chae, Nobody's Daughter Haewon). Meanwhile, Sang Chaek has secrets of his own, and pretty soon the King is up to his neck in warring political factions.
It's a shame and perhaps a little surprising that The Fatal Encounter wasn't better received by the critics in Korea, as it's arguably one of the better historical dramas of late. This might well partly be down to the decision by Lee Jae Kyu and first time screenwriter Choi Sung Hyeon to shake things up a bit by packing the film's events into one 24 hour period, a fact which does give the film a different feel to its peers despite the over-familiarity of its subject matter. In many ways this actually works very well, adding a subtly contemporary touch, as well as upping the drama and tension - it's always clear that the film is building towards an explosive climax, and Lee does great job of exploiting the ticking clock for suspense throughout.
The complex and multi-layered script also helps in this regard, and it's a film with a great deal going on and which definitely demands that the viewer pay attention. The twists and revelations come thick and fast, and the film boasts some impressively Machiavellian scheming along with plenty of betrayals, hidden identities and shifting allegiances. Choi's screenplay is well-written and intelligent, and successfully manages to leap back and forth on its timeline, making good use of flashbacks and ensuring that the viewer stays gripped. Lee gets great performances from the cast as a whole, and excellent turns from Hyun Bin, Jung Jae Young and Han Ji Min, who each add real depth and substance to their key roles. This richness of character writing is very welcome indeed, and ensures that the film never feels either melodramatic or overly dry, two traps into which many other period dramas often fall.
Added to this are a number of skilfully handled action set pieces, the film featuring lots of assassination attempts, duels and battles, most of which are bloody and brutal - the film certainly pulls no punches when it comes to depicting the viciousness of the tumultuous time. Lee makes great use of the blockbuster budget, and proves himself as adept on the big screen as he was on the small, the film benefitting greatly from some opulent costumes and sets. Frequently dark and grim, it's an atmospheric and often visually stunning film, with a pleasing amount of attention paid to historical detail.
The Fatal Encounter is definitely one of the more entertaining and accomplished films of its type from the last year, and stands out from the vastly overcrowded playing field of Korean costume dramas. Through intricate plotting and assured direction, Lee Jae Kyu manages the difficult feat of making the usual formula feel fresh, and it's a film which certainly deserves to find its audience.
by James Mudge - EasternKicks.com