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Ticket (티켓)

티켓 (ti-ket)

Directed by Im Kwon-taek (임권택)

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100min | Release date in South Korea :

Synopsis
In a city in Kangwon province, Ji-sook manages a bar with Miss Yang, Miss Hong, and Se-yeong. Miss Yang and Miss Hong get used to the customers hitting on them but Se-yeong rejects all advances and works to earn money for her college boyfriend. As the days pass by, the number of customers decreases due to Se-yeong so Ji-sook scolds her. Captain Park comforts the disheartened Se-yeong but when her boyfriend Min-soo finds out about this, he breaks it off with Se-yeong. Ji-sook tries to win Min-soo over but he refuses her. Ji-sook runs into the arms of Dong-min. In between love and despair, Ji-sook pushes Min-soo into the ocean and suffers a mental breakdown. In the aftermath, each of the other women leaves to start a new life.

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    • [Hancinema Film Review] "Ticket" + Full Movie

      2019/06/15
      Stories about prostitutes have been the trademark of Kim Ki-duk but Korean cinema has been dealing with the concept of Tabang (coffee houses in Korea and many offer outcall services in which the girls deliver coffee to customers, and sometimes extra sexual services for a price termed a "Ticket") decades before the Korean auteur started his career. "Ticket" is one of the best samples,...More

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    • [Hancinema Film Review] "Ticket" + Full Movie

      2019/06/15
      Stories about prostitutes have been the trademark of Kim Ki-duk but Korean cinema has been dealing with the concept of Tabang (coffee houses in Korea and many offer outcall services in which the girls deliver coffee to customers, and sometimes extra sexual services for a price termed a "Ticket") decades before the Korean auteur started his career. "Ticket" is one of the best samples,...More
    • Im Kwon-taek: Run Far, Fly High

      2012/10/09, Source
      19 October 2012 - 2 November 2012 Im Kwon-taek, winner of the Best Director prize at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival, as well as the Berlin Bear Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2005 Berlin Film Festival, came from a humble film background as a prop assistant to a lighting assistant. Yet since 1962 he has directed more than 100 films in his native South Korea. Critics contend that after his early films of the 60s and 70s - mainly historical dramas and war movies - Im found his true artistic voice in the 1980s and onward, through his subtly subversive manner of portraying South Korea's urgent and pressing social issues during a time when the country's film industry was highly censored,...More
    • [HanCinema Korea's Diary] Classical Korean Cinema at KOFA: Im Kwon-taek's "Gilsotteum"

      2012/03/17, Source
      Every month at Korean Film Archive in Seoul Darcy Paquet, a respected Korean film critic and journalist, will be presenting a number of classic Korean films. The first of these was held last weekend and Im Kwon-taek's hidden masterpiece "Gilsotteum" (1985) was screened. After which, Darcy shared some facts on the piece as well as his thoughts on the film, the director and the actors involved. Hancinema was there for the screening and recorded the Q & A session (English and Korean),...More
    • PIFF retrospective to focus on Kim Ji-mee
      2010/09/07, Source
      Each year the Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) holds a Korean Cinema Retrospective, offering local and overseas audiences a glimpse into the glories of Korean film history. This year's spotlight is on actress Kim Ji-mee, considered a go,...More
    • New York Museum to Feature Work of Im Kwon-taek
      2003/12/17, Source
      by Kim Jae-ho

      NEW YORK - New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) is planning to invite Korean screen master Im Kwon-taek to perform a retrospective of his work next February. MoMA plans to conduct double showings of 15 of the director's rep,...
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    Staff
     Kim Ji-mee (김지미)
     Production department
     Park Jae-ho (박재호)
     Assistant director
     Kim Young-bin-I (김영빈)
     Assistant director
     Park Soon-deok (박순덕)
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    Release date in South Korea : 1986/08/23

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