Rolling Home with a Bull
Rolling Home with a Bull: This is a powerful story of a lost poet. Traveling across Korea with the bull that represents everything he is lacking in life the bull takes on roles as companion, teacher, and lover. Based on the original novel by Kim Do-yeon the film is a hilarious and emotionally unrelenting work leaving the viewer to think about reality, Buddhism, society, and relationships.
Sleeping Tree: There is a brave firefighter Goo-sang, wife Soon-yeong, who loves Goo-sang so much, their daughter Seul-gi, and Seok-woo, who Goo-sang trusts like a blood brother. Goo-sang and Seok-woo have their own secrets. Goo-sang has incurable disease and Seok-woo loves Goo-sang’s wife. Goo-sang, who noticed Seok-woo’s love toward Soon-yeong, tells Seok-woo that if he dies during the surgery, please take care of Goo-sang’s family. After Goo-sang’s shocking confession, unexpectedly huge fire broke out on the birthday of Seul-gi. Goo-sang and Seok-woo run toward the fire to extinguish it...
Dream Affection: One day she faintly appears in Min-woo’s dream. Min-woo has no way to find out who the girl he had intercourse with in his dream is and he doesn’t have the breadth of mind to. Min-woo’s life goes by dryly and his wife Yeon-joo becomes colder and conflicts with her get deeper. Trying to avoid these situations Min-woo tries hard to tune in with Yeon-joo and write down his resume. Da-eun is a close friend of the couple since university. She sees Yeon-joo heading for somewhere with another man that’s not Min-woo accidentally. Da-eun stands by Min-woo and holds his hand because he looks so lonely standing in the middle of conflict with his wife and he tries to act like nothings wrong. They end up having a dreamlike one night. The love they shared in his dream is now facing them.
Sin of a Family
Sin of a Family: Detective Cho (Shin Hyeon-joon) is incompetent and always fails to be promoted. His only pleasures in life are spying on neighbors who are having affairs or binge drinking. One day, Cho comes across the corpse of what seems to be a child on a nearby mountain and he decides to investigate the case, thinking that this is his last chance to impress his boss. Cho enlists the help of his partner, Detective Lee, and together the two embark upon an investigation that will test their professional judgement. The more they learn about the case, the more they come to suspect that the poverty-stricken father of the dead child is their killer. But the case goes off course when the two begin to sympathize with him. With the number of child murders increasing every year in Korea, the film tackles a timely subject with compelling performances by actors including Shin and Jeon No-min, who is starring as a butler at a local conglomerate at MBC drama series “Royal Family.” It is the first film directed by filmmaker Min Byeong-jin and the first film produced by Shin, who has been active in film industry for the past two decades. Shin established a production company of his own last year and this crime drama is its first offering.
Hitman in the Hand of Buddha
Hitman in the Hand of Buddha: (Director: Hwang Jang Lee).(Very RARE movie)...Hwang Jang Lee who comes into a small town looking for work and to visit his sister.His dumb stepbrother gets into a conflict with the local thugs in a brothel, which in turn bring the thugs to rape Hwang Jang Lees sister. After hearing of his sisters suicide,sends The hero into a confrontation with the local thugs.
The Show Must Go On
The Show Must Go On: In-gu (Song Kang-ho) is a kingpin in a dark world. However, hes the sweetest husband and dad, full of love for his family. His only goal in life is to build a picturesque house out in the country and live a gracious life with his family. But, theres