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The Fortress
The Fortress
(Movie, 2017)
남한산성

Staff
• Original work

Revivre
Revivre
(Movie, 2014)
화장

Staff
• Original work

String Song
String Song
(Movie, 2011)
현의 노래

Staff
• Original work

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  • [Interview] "The Fortress" Director Hwang Dong-hyuk by The Lady Miz Diva

    2017/11/11, Source
    It's a rare honor when a filmmaker has the opportunity to make cinematic history even once in their career. Director Hwang Dong-hyuk has had two nods; first with "Silenced" {"Dogani"} his harrowing account of real-life events, which created such outrage that new laws against child abuse were enacted. He went on to something completely different with "Miss Granny", which broke box office records, not only in South Korea, but in various blockbuster remakes around Asia. Director Hwang returns with his historical epic, "The Fortress", spotlighting one of early Korea's most pivotal and tragic moments. Featuring some of South Korea's greatest stars and a score by Oscar-winner, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Hwang spoke with me about balancing the film's thrilling action sequences with its heartfelt story,...More
  • [HanCinema's Box Office Review] 2017.10.06 - 2017.10.08

    2017/10/09
    "The Fortress" narrowly outplays "The Outlaws" over Chuseok... Director Hwang Dong-hyuk's Joseon-era drama "The Fortress" (based on Kim Hoon's novel) narrowly came out ahead of Kang Yoon-Sung's crime thriller "The Outlaws" during Korea's biggest national holiday, Chuseok. Both films were released on Oct. 3 and pooled from 1,226 and 1,314 screens respectively, and together they captured 60.74% of the sales,...More
  • Korean movie of the week "Revivre"

    2016/09/22, Source
    Korean movie of the week "Revivre" (2014) Directed by Im Kwon-taek With Ahn Sung-ki, Kim Gyu-ri, Kim Ho-jung, Jeon Hye-jin, Yeon Woo-jin, Shin Young-jin,... Synopsis "Revivre" is about a middle aged man who is stuck between his dying wife and a younger woman he loves. It is based on a novel written by Kim Hoon which is also the Grand Prize winner of the 28th Top Literature Awards. -- Vice President Oh is highly respected at his cosmetics company and is a faithful family man. One day, he finds out that his wife has been diagnosed with cancer and later spends every night on the hospital's extra bed to keep her company after her surgery. Although he is weary from taking care of his wife, he does not show it at work. However, a new female employee, Choo Eun-joo, starts Oh's mind stirring. Oh dreams of escaping his tedious and suffocating reality with Eun-joo,...More

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