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Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon (최종병기 활)

최종병기 활 (Choi-jong-byeong-gi Hwal)

Directed by Kim Han-min (김한민)

Screenplay by

Action Historical

122min | Release date in South Korea :

Also known as "War of The Arrows"
Synopsis
13 years after the King Injo Revolt, the Chosun Dynasty is attacked by the Chung Dynasty of China. A young man named Na-mi leaves his demolished village to find his young sister, Ja-in, and her finance Su-koon, who were to wed on the very day of the attack. While on his mission to rescue her, he is being traced by Jushinta, a fierce Chung Warrior, and his band of malicious men who are out to stop him. Na-mi has but a day to rescue his sister before she is taken away to be a slave. When Na-mi finally finds his sister, Jushinta comes between them and a fierce battle between two of the finest warriors unfolds.

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  • [HanCinema's Hall of Fame] "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon"

    2013/11/02
    In the Spotlight this Week: "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" by Kim Han-min Finding historical shards embedded in modern myths makes for compelling cinema, those nuggety kernels of truth that somehow make the illusion of the dream that much more Real. In "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon", director Kim Han-min's fourth world in his filmic multiverse, we are teleported back to a troubled time in Korea's history; specifically, the Second Manchu Invasion (1636 – 1637) where the Kingdom of Joseon was under heavy military and political pressures from their tiresome Qing neighbours. Many period yarns are prone to taking liberties (creative archeologically shortcuts) when conceptualising and producing stories attempting to navigate historical truths; comparatively, however, "Arrow" is the most popular recent addition to the genre that was able to successfully conceptualise the era without changing the course of history. Historically accurate or not, one piece of archival evidence that will be clear to future gravediggers is that this unearthed gem was a massive success (7.4 million admissions) that became the highest grossing Korean film of 2011 AD. And would have been top overall if it wasn't for Bay's epic third instalment (7.7 million) in the "Transformer" series,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon"

    2011/12/17
    Kim Han-min's "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" quickly became Korea's most successful film of 2011, marching up the ranks to eventually bank 7,459,974 admissions. Since its release in September, Kim's historical action flick has been showered with local awards spanning all major categories. However once you get some of the stardust and glare out of your eyes, the film's success can be pinned down to its ability to be, quite simply, great entertainment,...More

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Staff
 Yoo Young-chae-I (유영채)
 Production department
 Park Jong-chul (박종철)
 Cinematographer
 Jeong Se-gyo (정세교)
 Assistant director
 Choi Tae-hwan-I (최태환)
 Martial arts
 Choi Tae-hwan-I (최태환)
 Kim Tae-hwan-I (김태환)
 Stunt/martial arts department
 Jo Myung-haeng (조명행)
 Stunt/martial arts department
 Kim Yong-soo (김용수)
 Stunt/martial arts department
 Jo Joo-hyun (조주현)
 Stunt/martial arts department
 Jung Sung-ho-I (정성호)
 Stunt/martial arts department
Technical Information
122 min D-Cinema
Web site
www.2011hoot.co.kr...
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Airing dates : 2011/08/10
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2011.10.30 : 7,457,902 admissions (total)
As of 2011.10.23 : 7,452,338 admissions (total)
As of 2011.10.16 : 7,432,100 admissions (total)
As of 2011.10.09 : 7,390,028 admissions (total)
As of 2011.10.02 : 7,263,266 admissions (total)
As of 2011.09.25 : 7,081,212 admissions (total)
As of 2011.09.18 : 6,773,993 admissions (total)
As of 2011.09.11 : 5,685,344 admissions (total)
As of 2011.09.04 : 5,154,644 admissions (total)
As of 2011.08.28 : 4,400,181 admissions (total)
As of 2011.08.21 : 3,158,817 admissions (total)
As of 2011.08.14 : 1,421,763 admissions (total)
As of 2011.08.07 : 97,645 admissions (total)
As of 2011.07.31 : 3,657 admissions (total)

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