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The Good, the Bad, the Weird (좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈)

좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈 (Jongh-eun Nom, Na-bbeun Nom, I-sang-han Nom)

Directed by Kim Jee-woon (김지운)

Screenplay by ,

Action Adventure Western

139min | Release date in South Korea :

The movie is often called "Nom-nom-nom" (놈놈놈) in Korean.

Synopsis
With the Korean Peninsula under Japanese rule in 1930s, many Koreans flock to Manchuria for refuge. Some become bandits, some train robbers and yet others bounty hunters. While the Weird, a notorious train robber, is stealing from a Japanese train crossing the Manchurian plains, he discovers a treasure map. But the map is also sought after by the Bad, a merciless gang leader. Coincidentally, the Good, a bounty hunter, is on the train, and he is after the Bad. The three engage in a spectacular chase with the Japanese Army, the Korean independence fighters, and the Chinese bandits all looking to get their hands on the prized map.


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2008 Cannes International Film Festival , Out of Competition

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  • All Eyes on Korea: consistent investment in the performing arts brings its rewards

    2012/09/09, Source,
    The London 2012 Olympics was around a decade in the making: preparation of the bid, building the venue itself and putting in place the infrastructure required to run a successful games. And for the last couple of years of that preparation time, a separate team of hard-working organisers from the Korean Ministry of Culture Sports and Tourism were planning their own spectacle. Led from the Korean Cultural Centre in London (KCCUK), the plan was to showcase the best of Korean culture to the huge numbers of international visitors who would be in London for the Games. Preparation and persistence builds relations with audiences and venues Taking the theme of the five Olympic rings as a starting point, and linking in with the traditional Korean five directions, five elements and five colours, the event was branded in Korean 오색찬란!!, loosely translated as "Five Colours Shining Bright!". For the consumption of Londoners the festival was branded All Eyes on Korea – a one hundred day festival of K-everything: music, art and literature, film, food and lectures. Posters with colourful Ks could be found across the Underground network publicising the initiative in a memorable way. One of London's famous red Routemaster buses was even pressed into service to promote the initiative. A London bus announced the start of the festival (photo courtesy of KCCUK). Planning for All Eyes on Korea had started at least two years beforehand, ambition fuelled by a good relationship with London's City Hall. This had been getting stronger over the years with Korea's participation in the Mayor's Thames Festival, a two-day open air festival of culture held on the banks of the Thames to mark the end of summer (conveniently for Koreans, at Chuseok time), in which the Korean Village has become an anchor tenant. This status reflects the investment the KCCUK has consistently made in the Festival each year, building upon percussion group Dulsori's initial private sector initiative in 2007, and introducing new ideas such as participation in the Rivers of the World project. Similarly the KCCUK's experience in dealing with London's top artistic venues such as the Barbican and the South Bank Centre has undoubtedly been of assistance in pulling together such a demanding and varied programme of events. And the promotion of Korean cultural events over the years, especially for example with the high-profile appearance of three big-ticket Korean acts in the Edinburgh International Festival last year (the Seoul Philharmonic, AHN Eun-mi's dance company and OH Tae-seok's theatre company), has undoubtedly helped in building and educating an audience ready for more,...More
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    2012/08/03, Source,
    The movie "Deranged" has been officially invited to the 45th Sitges Film Festival. "Deranged" has officially been invited in the Sitges Film Festival's Casa Asia section. Spain's representative film festival, the Sitges Film Festival has been called the 'Cannes' for fantasy films and will be held for 10 days from October 4th to the 14th,...More
  • Song Kang-ho, Lee Jeong-jae, Kim Hye-soo and Jo Jeong-seok

    2012/07/24, Source,
    Director Han Jae-rim's new movie "The Face Reader" has a cast so amazing it's almost the new "The Good, the Bad, the Weird". According to the movie industry on the 25th, Song Kang-ho, Lee Jeong-jae, Kim Hye-soo and Jo Jeong-seok have confirmed to star in the new Chosun movie "The Face Reader",...More
  • Jeong Woo-seong selected as model for Redface

    2012/07/24, Source,
    By Rachel Lee Actor Jeong Woo-seong, 39, has been selected the new face of outdoor fashion brand, The Redface. According to a statement released by the company on Tuesday, Jeong, who recently starred in the television drama "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats", will represent the brand for one year,...More
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 Produced by
 Kim Jee-woon (김지운)
Distribution
CJ Entertainment (CJ Entertainment)
International sales
CineClickAsia (CineClickAsia)
Staff
 Hong Kyeong-pyo (홍경표)
 Cinematographer
 Jeong Doo-hong (정두홍)
 Martial arts director
 Park Hye-min (박혜민)
 Directing department
 Kim Min-suk (김민석)
 Assistant director
 Seong Jeong-hoon (성정훈)
 Production department
 Kim Dong-hu (김동후)
 Art direction department
 Nam Na-yeong (남나영)
 Editor
 Kim Sang-don (김상돈)
 Production department
 Kwon Tae-ho (권태호)
 Martial arts team
 Jo Joo-hyeon (조주현)
 Martial arts team
 Seo ji-oh (서지오)
 Martial arts team
 Baek Dong-hyeon (백동현)
 Action team
 Kwon Kwi-deok (권귀덕)
 Martial arts team
 Kwak Jin-seok (곽진석)
 Martial arts team
 Sin Seong-il (신성일)
 Martial arts team
Technics
139 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35)
Web site
www.3nom.co.kr...
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Airing dates : 2008/07/17
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2009.09.20 : 6,605,187 admissions (total)
As of 2009.01.11 : 6,604,495 admissions (total)
As of 2008.09.14 : 6,598,597 admissions (total)
As of 2008.09.07 : 7,027,692 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.31 : 6,978,360 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.24 : 6,890,116 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.17 : - admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.10 : 5,923,043 admissions (total)
As of 2008.08.03 : 5,274,185 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.27 : 3,751,198 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.20 : 2,155,050 admissions (total)
As of 2008.07.13 : 7,775 admissions (total)

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