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'A Bittersweet Life's DVD is released at the end of this month

2005/07/17 | 268 views | Permalink | Source

Korean movie 'A Bittersweet Life's DVD starring Lee Byung-hun is going to be released at the end of this month.

With a 'Directors cut' etc. that added new scenes, this DVD saw the light with a cinema of another feeling from a theater-version.

Written and directed by Kim Jee-woon, this film is portraying a story in which a high-ranking gang member who manages a hotel bar is asked by his boss to spy on his girlfriend, and kill her if she is being unfaithful.

Sunwoo is no ordinary hotel manager. Quick-thinking and efficient, he's also the right hand man of underworld boss Kang. But tough guy Kang has a weakness: his young girlfriend Heesoo.

Suspecting she's unfaithful, jealous Kang orders obedient Sunwoo to take care of the problem. But when Sunwoo finds Heesoo with another man, he is unable to kill them without knowing why.

Kang is furious and swiftly sends his gang members after Sunwoo, plunging him into a living hell. With nerves of steel, Sunwoo battles the gang alone. With each kill, he takes one step closer to Kang.

Starring Lee Byung-hun, Kim Young-chul, Shin Min-ah, Hwang Jung-min, Kim Roi-ha, Eric Mun, Oh Dal-soo, Kim Hae-gon, Lee Moo-yeong, this film's running time is 118 MIN.

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