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New poster revealed for the upcoming Korean movie "The Crucible"

2011/09/01 | 659 views |  | Permalink | Source

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New poster revealed for the upcoming Korean movie "The Crucible" (2011)

Directed by Hwang Dong-hyeok

With Gong Yoo, Jeong Yu-mi, Kim Ji-yeong, Kim Hyeon-soo, Jeong In-seo, Baek Seung-hwan,...

Also known as "Dogani"
Based on the original by writer Gong Ji-young, this movie is about a true story that happened in Gwangju, about a teacher who was newly appointed in a school for the deaf, and reveals to the world the secret violence and tragedy that had been going on in there.

Release date in Korea : 2011/09/22

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