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The Unforgiven (용서받지 못한 자)

용서받지 못한 자 (Yong-seo-bad-ji Mot-han Ja)

Directed by Yoon Jong-bin (윤종빈)

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121min | Release date in South Korea :

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  • For director, video art opens door to world

    2013/09/15, Source,
    Gina Kim says she has at least five more stories that she'd like to make into films. A Korean woman who hasn't been a film director that long has rejoined the faculty of Harvard University to teach about what she knows about film production. Gina Kim - who is known for "Never Forever", released in 2007, and "Final Recipe", currently in production - is teaching a class on film production in the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University for a year,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Nameless Gangster"

    2012/07/21,
    Film: "Nameless Gangster" Director: Yoon Jong-bin ("The Moonlight of Seoul" and "The Unforgiven") Stars: Choi Min-sik, Ha Jeong-woo, Jo Jin-woong, Ma Dong-seok and Kwak Do-won Review Score: 8/10 Also try: "A Dirty Carnival", "A Bittersweet Life" and "Rough Cut" The gangster genre has never been found wanting within Korean cinema. Tales of authoritative corruption, nepotism and violence have been a common reoccurrence within modern Korean cinema, and directors have been able to continually transform the archetypal Korean gangster around these constants. From light-hearted comedies to political conspiracy thrillers, the Korean gangster film seems to be one of the mainstays of contemporary Korean cinema,...More
  • "Nameless Gangster" released in North America

    2012/03/28, Source,
    PREFACE "My reason for wanting to tell a story from the '80s is because I feel that the current societal climate is very similar. About 3 years ago I got a feeling that the era of my deceased father was suddenly coming back, an era in which everyone's good will is only reserved for their own survival and well being. But like my own father, I did not see these people as selfish fools, but sympathized with them. I wanted to portray these characters not as criminals who were on the wrong side of the law, but as people who tried their best to survive and thrive despite the conditions they were in. People innately follow the times they live in and those who ride it architect the next generation. The '80s in South Korea were an incredibly volatile decade in which a single person's decision could change the direction of an entire era. Following men who lived through that decade, I wanted to show that the eighties had more dramatic appeal than any other decade. I wanted to inquire whether it was the times that were changing the people, or if it was the people that were changing the times. Most of all, I hope that the audience can laugh and identify with these men who lived like kings in the face of loyalty, betrayal, and ambition".,...More
  • Controversial director tackles corruption in 'Nameless Gangster'

    2012/02/17, Source,
    Actor Ha Jeong-woo, second from left, plays a gangster boss, and Choi Min-sik, third from left, plays a customs officer who falls in with a gang in the film "Nameless Gangster", which has topped the box office since its release earlier this month. Provided by Showbox Mediaplex Corruption is the big issue at the box office these days as films highlighting serious issues and based on true stories gain traction. Recent releases such as "The Crucible", which exposes abuse in a school for deaf children, and "Unbowed", a film about a professor who goes up against the judiciary when he is accused of shooting a judge with a crossbow, have won audiences over and sparked discussion about problems in society,...More
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 Produced by
 Yoon Jong-bin (윤종빈)
Staff
 Choi Yong-bae (최용배)
 Production department
 Min Hwan-ki (민환기)
 Lighting/cinematography department
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121 min 35mm Digital 16/9
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www.unforgiven.co.kr...
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Release date in South Korea : 2005/11/18

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