K-Films Coming Soon:
★★★ "SUPERSHOW 4 3D": A 3D movie of the Super Junior concert held in May". (08/08)
★★★ "Old Men Never Die": The generational gap gets exposed in this family drama when a son runs away, only to return looking for a fresh start back on his grandfather's farm. (08/08)
Title: "SUPERSHOW 4 3D"
Genre: Live Music
Release Date: 2013/08/08
Director: Yoo Ho-jin
Stars: Super Junior
Logline: A 3D movie of the Super Junior concert held in May
Super Junior fans rejoice! If you missed this influential idol group's 2011/2012 world tour then this week you'll have a chance to get in on the magic with "SUPERSHOW 4"…in 3D! Super Junior's tour was in support of their fifth album ("Mr. Simple") and spanned twenty-four concerts in eight different countries around the world. This included performances in Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, China, Thailand, France, and Indonesia. It might sound a little strange to have feature film released of a live music tour, but the huge popularity of this, indeed, superstar group most definitely has the edge to pull something like this off – and it's in 3D!
Title: "Old Men Never Die"
Release Date: 2013/08/08
Director: Whang Cheol-mean
Logline: The generational gap gets exposed in the family drama when a son runs away, only to then return looking for a fresh start back on his grandfather's farm.
Director Whang Cheol-mean made his directorial debut back in 2004 with "Spying Cam", a mystery drama that starred Choo Hun-yub and Yang Young-jo and won the 2005 international critics' FIPRESCI Prize. This Berlin-trained director has a particularly sensibilty when it comes to human drama. "Old Men Never Die" was screened at this year's Puchon International Film Festival and HanCinema's own William Schwartz has already shared his thoughts on the film (read it here), so be sure to take a look and see if Hwang's latest offering is worth a watch.
"Epic" (2013), "名探偵コナン 水平線上の陰謀" (2005), "Burning Man" (2011), "The Paperboy" (2013), "Lovely Molley" (2013), "Inseparable" (2013), "For Ellen" (2013), "The Dandelions" (2013), "Bait" (2012), "Midnight Son" (2011), "Insensibles" (2012)
- C.J.Wheeler (@KoreaOnTheCouch)
Staff writer. Has been writing articles for HanCinema since 2012, having lived in South Korea since 2011. Started out in Gyeongju, then to Daegu, then to Ansan, then to Yeongju, then to Seoul, lived on the road for HanCinema's travel diaries series in the summer of 2016, and is currently settled in Anyang. Has good tips for utilizing South Korea's public bus system. William Schwartz can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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