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The Quiz Show Scandal (DVD) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3

Kim Su Ro (Actor) | Han Jae Suk (Actor) | Ryu Deok Hwan (Actor) | Ryu Seung Ryong (Actor)
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Writer and director Jang Jin (Good Morning President) puts his witty pen to good use again in the all-star ensemble comedy The Quiz Show Scandal. A huge lineup of well-known actors - including Kim Su Ro, Han Jae Suk, Ryu Seung Ryong, Ryu Deok Hwan, Lim Won Hee, Shin Ha Kyun, Jung Jae Young, Shim Eun Kyung and Jang Young Nam - ham it up as the high-strung contestants competing for a million dollar prize on a game show.

Four cars get into an accident on the night road, and one unidentified woman ends up dead. At the police station, the police find a password-protected flash drive among her belongings. They work with the other drivers plus some delivery guys to crack the password in hopes that it will provide clues to her identity. Instead, they find the answer to the final million-dollar question for a quiz show. Naturally, everyone rushes to compete in the quiz show! They all know the final answer, but they have to get through 29 other questions first.

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Product Title: The Quiz Show Scandal (DVD) (Taiwan Version) 猜謎王 (DVD) (台灣版) 猜谜王 (DVD) (台湾版) 猜謎王 (DVD) (台湾版) 퀴즈왕
Artist Name(s): Kim Su Ro (Actor) | Han Jae Suk (Actor) | Ryu Deok Hwan (Actor) | Ryu Seung Ryong (Actor) | Shim Eun Kyung (Actor) | Jang Young Nam (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok | Lee Hae Young | Lim Won Hee (Actor) | Shin Ha Kyun (Actor) | Jung Jae Young (Actor) 金秀路 (Actor) | 韓在石 (Actor) | 柳德煥 (Actor) | 柳承龍 (Actor) | 沈恩京 (Actor) | 張英南 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok | Lee Hae Young | 林元熙 (Actor) | 申河均 (Actor) | 鄭在詠 (Actor) 金秀路 (Actor) | 韩在石 (Actor) | 柳德焕 (Actor) | 柳承龙 (Actor) | 沈恩京 (Actor) | 张英南 (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok | Lee Hae Young | 林元熙 (Actor) | 申河均 (Actor) | 郑在咏 (Actor) キム・スロ (Actor) | ハン・ジェソク (Actor) | リュ・ドクファン (Actor) | リュ・スンリョン (Actor) | シム・ウンギョン (Actor) | チャン・ヨンナム (Actor) | Kim Byung Ok | Lee Hae Young | イム・ウォニ (Actor) | シン・ハギュン (Actor) | チョン・ジェヨン (Actor) 김 수로 (Actor) | 한 재석 (Actor) | 류덕환 (Actor) | 류 승룡 (Actor) | 심은경 (Actor) | 장영남 (Actor) | 김병옥 | 이해영 | 임 원희 (Actor) | 신 하균 (Actor) | 정재영 (Actor)
Director: Jang Jin 張 鎮 Jang Jin チャン・ジン 장진
Release Date: 2013-10-23
Language: Korean
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese
Place of Origin: South Korea
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 120 (mins)
Publisher: Catchplay
Package Weight: 110 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1034106798

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  一對父子、一對夫妻(柳承龍、張英南 飾)、兩名黑幫成員(金秀路、韓在石 飾)和四位重度憂鬱症者,四組人馬因發生連環車禍並撞死了一個女人而被送往警局作筆錄。奇怪的是在女人屍體身上竟發現了一只隋身碟,當中竟然還存有當紅益智節目最終謎題的解答,節目開播至今從來無人過關,累積獎金更衝破千萬美金;這下子警局裡的各路人馬全都握有了關鍵謎底!到了節目錄影當天,四組人馬不約而同現身攝影棚,誰能成功回答前29道謎題,誰就能夠闖入關鍵的最後一關,並贏得破天荒的巨額獎金,究竟誰才會是最後贏家呢?

*韓國大鐘獎最佳導演提名 張鎮 繼【早安總統】締造票房佳績後,又一爆笑喜劇
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Professional Review of "The Quiz Show Scandal (DVD) (Taiwan Version)"

January 14, 2011

This professional review refers to The Quiz Show Scandal (DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Korea Version)
Jang Jin, arguably one of the most interesting directors in modern Korean cinema, returns with the sharp comedy The Quiz Show Scandal. Jang has previously been known for his well written scripts and skilful mixing of genres, as seen with Guns & Talks and Murder Take One, though his latest effort is more in keeping with his recent Good Morning President, a satirical ensemble piece which mixes laughs with social commentary. The film boasts a mightily impressive line up of well known Korean stars, including top comedian Kim Su Ro (Big Bang), Han Jae Suk (from the television series Our Sisters), Ryu Seung Ryong (Blades of Blood), Ryu Deok Hwan (Our Town), Lim Won Hee (A Barefoot Dream), Jung Jae Young (Moss), Shim Eun Kyung (Possessed) and Jang Jin regular Shin Ha Kyun.

The film kicks off late one night in Seoul, with four cars getting into an accident and somehow all managing to hit the same young woman. Back at the police station, mass squabbling ensues as the various drivers and their passengers try to work out exactly who is to blame for her death. Whilst trying to figure out the mysterious woman's identity, the police come across a flash drive in her handbag, which once unencrypted reveals what appears to be the answer to the final, 10 million dollar question on the country's most popular television quiz show. Of course, this still leaves another 29 questions to get through, so the motley crew all rush off to try and cram as much trivia into their heads as possible before putting themselves forward for the program.

The Quiz Show Scandal is a film very much in Jang Jin's style, being a genre blending piece that starts off in typically eclectic fashion, introducing a disparate set of characters that include, but are not limited to, a gambling addict, a genius college student, the wife of a woman in a coma, four members of a depression support group, and two gangsters with a man tied up in the boot of their car. This certainly gives the film the feel of an old fashioned caper, as it flits between the cast as they go about their shenanigans, usually accompanied by light hearted and wacky music. As usual with his films, the main strength here is arguably the excellent script, which is witty and intelligent throughout, managing to be amusing and idiosyncratic without ever patronising the audience in getting its many laughs. The humour is skilfully interwoven with what turns out to be a surprisingly complex and involved plot, with a number of twists along the way revolving around the identity of the woman in the accident and the reasons behind her death.

The film also works pretty well as a social satire, covering a variety of themes including corruption, nationalism, and modern Korean society and morality. This is handled in subtle fashion, enough so that it never intrudes or dominates the film, or gets in the way of its more fun aspects. The film is certainly very well constructed in this respect, which again pays tribute to Jang's immaculate scripting and clever sense of pacing. Although the film does meander, taking almost an hour to get to the flash drive, and confining the quiz show action to the final thirty minutes or so, it's engaging throughout and does keep the viewer guessing as to which, if any, of the characters will walk away with the prize. This having been said, the film does have a few flaws, most notably the way in which some of the characters who seem important early on get lost in the mix, and the fact that at two hours it could perhaps have done with some trimming

However, these are minor criticisms, and The Quiz Show Scandal sees Jang Jin on top form both as a script writer and director and making great use of his likeable cast. There are few other Korean directors who consistently show the same level of craftsmanship and storytelling, and his latest outing is very much up to his high standards, far superior to most other recent comedies from the country.

by James Mudge -

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