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Bloody Tie (사생결단)

사생결단 (Sa-saeng-gyeol-dan)

Directed by Choi Ho (최호)

Screenplay by ,

Action Film noir Thriller

117min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis

Here two men clash, Sang-do, a middleman for narcotics, and Lieutenant DO, a narcotics detective. Though in completely contrasting positions in life, the two men share an identical goal: to get hold of Jang-chul, the key figure in the dark world of narcotics in Korea. The two men begin a life-threatening battle.

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    2014/11/22,
    K-Films Coming Soon: ★★★★ "Thuy": A Vietnamese woman living in rural Korea is met with resistance when she wants her husband's death investigated. (11/27) ★★★ "The Way to School": A documentary that follows a group of children in the Himalayas and their dangerous trek to school across the icy Chaddar road. (11/27) ★★★★ "Big Match": A UFC fighter and his brother get blackmailed into being apart of a lucrative gambling scam.(11/27) ★★★ "My Love, Don't Cross That River": A heartfelt documentary that follows an elderly married couple, their hold on tradition, love, and the death that stalks them. (11/27),...More
  • Choi Woo-sik in "Big Match" with Lee Jeong-jae and Sin Ha-gyoon

    2014/01/08, Source,
    Actor Choi Woo-sik is starring in the movie "Big Match" with Lee Jeong-jae and Sin Ha-gyoon. "Big Match" is an action movie about a programmer who makes games for the top 0.1% of the Korean high class and a man who jumps into the game empty handed to save his brother. It is directed by Choi Ho from "Bloody Tie" and "Go Go 70s",...More
  • Korean films under spotlight in New York

    2013/07/19, Source,
    From second from left: Goran Topalovic (co-founder/executive director at Subway Cinema and the NYAFF), Kim Go-eun-I, Ryoo Seung-beom, Lee Jae-yong, and Jeong Ji-woo at NYAFF (photo courtesy of Korean Cultural Center New York) Korean films received the spotlight at the 12th New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF). The festival was held at the Walter Reade Theater of the Lincoln Center in Manhattan from June 28 to July 15. During the special Korean film screening, a total of 24 Korean feature and short films were shown. The festival invited Korean actor Ryoo Seung-beom to highlight his career, screening his films including "The Berlin File", "The Unjust", "Bloody Tie", and "Arahan",...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Talk] Siblings in Cinema: The RYOO Brothers

    2013/07/06,
    Siblings don't always get along. Even when working within the same field family members often choose to keep their personal and professional lives separate to keep the peace. Personal histories, grudges, and just knowing one another as well as they do can cause friction and frustration in the workplace. Not so though with renowned South Korean actor Ryoo Seung-beom and his moviemaking brother Ryoo Seung-wan. The brothers' most recent effort, "The Berlin File" (2013), marks another successful family collaboration that rocked Korean cinemas earlier this year. The brothers both came into the spotlight with their 2000 début feature "Die Bad"; a collection of four hard-boiled short stories that follows two teenagers and their descent into the violent world of organised crime. The film was written and directed by Seung-wan and stars himself and his younger brother Seung-beom. Seung-wan has sometimes been described as the Korean Tarantino, while his talent younger brother has been likened too the American-Canadian comedy actor Jim Carrey,...More
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Production
MK Picture (MK 픽쳐스)
Distribution
MK Picture (MK 픽쳐스)
Staff
 Kim Sang-beom (김상범)
 Editor
 Kim Jae-beom (김재범)
 Editor
 Kim Sang-man (김상만)
 Musician
 Kim Sang-man (김상만)
 Art director
 Kim Sang-man (김상만)
 Advertising design
 Kim Sang-man (김상만)
 Music department
Technics
117 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
Web site
www.mkpictures.co.kr...
Videos
Trailer
On the set video
Music video
Budget
US$ 5M
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Release date in South Korea : 2006/04/27
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2006.05.21 : 1,635,529 admissions (total)
As of 2006.05.14 : 1,500,664 admissions (total)
As of 2006.05.07 : 1,217,356 admissions (total)
As of 2006.04.30 : 627,644 admissions (total)

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