"Big Match" (2014)
Directed by Choi Ho
With Lee Jung-jae, Shin Ha-kyun, Lee Sung-min, BoA, Kim Eui-sung, Bae Sung-woo,...
Formerly known as "Ingenious Beauty"
One day his brother has disappeared!
A Korean UFC rookie, ring name 'Zombie', Ik-ho (Lee Jung-jae) seemed as though he would have a smooth journey in his career until his father figured brother is haunted by police on a false murder charge. Police start to look at Ik-ho with suspicion, and they arrest him.
He gets a random phone call from Ace (Shin Ha-kyun), director for an illegal gambling ring. Ace has created his 'GAME' using high technology and CCTVs to track down every little move of his chessmen. One unique thing about his game is, he uses real people as his chessmen. And they have abducted Ik-ho's brother to make Ik-ho as their new chessmen.
Ik-ho is being asked to meet with Su-kyung (BoA) and follow her direction in order to save his brother's life. He gets through the seemingly impossible missions of rounds, and finally reaches to the final round. He needs to find where his brother is, at the huge soccer stadium, his ankle strapped down with time bomb. Time is ticking down, and Ik-ho has no other choice than throw himself into the skybox, where Su-kyung has insisted Ace was, to stop this ridiculous game.
Nearly the astronomical amount of money that was bet on the GAME declared as invalid, and now Ace is on the verge of a crisis. Ace has nothing else to lose, and he approaches to Ik-ho with the last fatal blow. Between these two desperate men, final Big Match is about to start now.
"My Love, Don't Cross That River" (2014)
Directed by Jin Mo-young
There live a couple known as '100-year-old lovebirds'. Like characters in a fairy tale, the husband is strong like a woodman, and the wife full of charms like a princess. They dearly love each other, wear traditional Korean clothes all the time, and still fall asleep hand in hand. However, death, quietly sits between them, like a thief. This film starts from this moment, and follows the couple until the last moments of their 76-year marriage.
Directed by Kim Jae-han
With Ninh Duong Lan Ngoc, Dong Bang-woo, Cha Seung-ho, Lee Ji-won-I,...
In an auspicious debut, Kim Jae-han unfurls a tale about a Vietnamese woman, Thuy, living in rural Korea with her in-laws. When her gambling addicted husband turns up dead, Thuy wants his death investigated, a desired met with resistance by the rest of the village.
"The Way to School" (2014)
Directed by Lee Kyeong-mook
Minus 20 degrees celcius, 20 days of self-mortification, icy roads, sleeping outside and heavy shoulders; the story of a father who walks for his child starts now!
The Himalayas are covered in snow. Children go to school by crossing the Chaddar, which is an icy road that opens once a year. These children cross the Chaddar in the arms of their father even though it's dangerous enough that some people die trying to cross it. Once the ice melts he can't see his children for a year but the father crosses the Chaddar once again for the dreams of his children.
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