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Peppermint Candy (박하사탕)

박하사탕 (Bak-ha-sa-tang)

Directed by Lee Chang-dong (이창동)

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129min | Release date in South Korea :

Re-released on 2018/04/26 in a remastered edition.
Synopsis
Yong-ho is a crazy forty year-old man who shows up unexpectedly at the twentieth reunion of former factory workers. The film goes on a time travel as seven past episodes of Young-ho's personal life reveal a link to twenty years of social and economic changes in Korea.

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  • [Guest Film Review] "Peppermint Candy"

    2016/07/23
    One of the films that established the progress of the contemporary S. Korean cinema, "Peppermint Candy" was one of the most commercially successful films of 2000, and screened in many festivals around the world, winning a plethora of awards both locally and internationally. The story actually starts with Yong-ho's suicide, and then moves, in segments, backwards in time, in order to present the reasons that led him to this extreme act,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Peppermint Candy"

    2013/03/08
    Yong-ho (played by Sol Kyung-gu) is severely depressed. But he has no perception that he is depressed, nor does he seem to have any real idea as to the cause. It's not necessarily a matter of his being a bad person- though Yong-Ho is very much a loathsome human being. After awhile, the realization that he's about to make another decision just inspires a great deal of dread. Most of the other characters he meets would have been better off just giving up on him quickly. The ones who stick around just have more emotional pain as a reward,...More

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 Produced by
 Myung Kye-nam (명계남)
Staff
 Kim Sung-jin (김성진)
 Production department
 Myung Kye-nam (명계남)
 Production department
 Kim Hyung-koo (김형구)
 Cinematographer
 Hong Hyun-gi (홍현기)
 Assistant director
 Byun Seung-wook (변승욱)
 Assistant director
 Park Jae-young (박재영)
 Assistant director
 Lee Jae-jin-III (이재진)
 Score composer
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129 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
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Airing dates : 2000/01/01
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2018.05.13 : 9 214 admissions (total)
As of 2018.05.06 : 8 345 admissions (total)

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