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  • Korean Actors Brush up on English-Language Skills

    2019/01/05, Source
    Actress Ha Jung-woo (left) talks with co-star Kevin Durand on the set of "Take Point". /Courtesy of CJ Entertainment In his latest film "Take Point", Ha Jung-woo's lines are mostly in English as he heads a group of mercenaries. Ha admits that playing the part was "quite a challenge". "It drove me nuts whenever my language coach pointed out an incorrect pronunciation when I said a line while trying to immerse myself into my character", he said,...More
  • [USA] "Take Point" Releases on 1/4/2019

    2019/01/04, Source
    Director of "The Terror Live" 'How can I make the audience enjoy the film even more?' This was the question started this film. Director Kim Byeong-woo "Take Point" shows director Kim Byeong-woo's extended view of the world. It was a stunning challenge! Director of Photography Kim Byung-seo,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Take Point"

    2018/12/29
    In a delightfully cynical opening montage writer/director Kim Byeong-woo shows us how even in its most magnaminous moments, the United States is a comically fickle country whose leaders will sabotage long term peace deals in the name of dubious short term objectives. By the time we get to mercenary captain Ahab (played by Ha Jung-woo) we find out that the glue holding his team together is economic poverty and an absence of proper paperwork to live in the land of opportunity. So it is that they took on a high profile job...in the bunker,...More

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