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The Unjust (부당거래)

부당거래 (Moo-dang-geo-rae)

Directed by Ryoo Seung-wan (류승완)

Screenplay by

Crime Thriller

119min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
A serial killer targeting elementary school students is on the loose—and 5 victims means even the president gets involved in the investigation. When the most probable suspect dies in custody and the case looks like it’s reached a dead end, high ranking police brass decide to create a killer—and anyone will do. Though Detective CHOI Cheol-gi boasts an incredible number of arrests over his career his rank never showed it. He was framed and demoted for another crime and decides that this is his last chance at professional redemption. He makes a deal with mob boss JANG Seok-gu, who he has been investigating, and together they decide to set up one of the existing suspects as the serial killer. The only hurdle in their plan is public prosecutor JU Yang, who takes on the case. JU himself had been involved in a deal with the boss of a rival criminal organization, and President Kim wants CHOI dismissed from his position. When the secret deals and back alley agreements start to come to light, it only serves to drag CHOI, JU, JANG, and KIM deeper and deeper into a dark hole of questionable ethics and abuse of the law.

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Staff
 Ryoo Seung-wan (류승완)
 Adaptation/Dramatization
 Kim Jeong-hwan-I (김정환)
 Production department
 Ryoo Seung-wan (류승완)
 Production department
 Jo Yeong-wook (조영욱)
 Musician
 Han Dong-wook (한동욱)
 Assistant director
 Kim Sang-beom (김상범)
 Editor
 Kim Jae-beom (김재범)
 Editor
 Jeong Doo-hong (정두홍)
 Martial arts
 Baek Dong-hyeon (백동현)
 Martial arts team
Technics
119 min 35mm Cinemascope (2.35) Dolby Digital
Web site
www.baddeal2010.co.k...
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Airing dates : 2010/10/28
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2010.12.19 : 2,750,933 admissions (total)
As of 2010.12.12 : 2,746,245 admissions (total)
As of 2010.12.05 : 2,701,052 admissions (total)
As of 2010.11.28 : 2,586,690 admissions (total)
As of 2010.11.21 : 2,363,815 admissions (total)
As of 2010.11.14 : 2,012,726 admissions (total)
As of 2010.11.07 : 1,484,510 admissions (total)
As of 2010.10.31 : 718,609 admissions (total)

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