“Public Enemy” (Gonggongui Jeog) is a 2002 South Korean film directed by Kang Woo-suk. The film was well-received by audiences and critics alike, being seen by almost 3 million people in South Korea, while winning Sol Kyung-gu «Best Actor» at the 39th Grand Bell Awards for his lead role. The success of the film led to the making of the sequel Another Public Enemy in 2005.
Detective Kang Chul-joong is the complete antihero, stealing drugs from dealers, taking bribes left and right, neglecting his duties as a father, and dealing with suspects without the chore of following procedure. Cho Gyu-hwan is the perfect case of split personality. When we first meet him, he’s masturbating under the shower throwing profanities at his imaginary companion. Suddenly, out of the shower he’s a normal family man, caring and considerate.
Título en Español – “Public Enemy” (2002)
“Sorum” is a 2001 South Korean horror film and the feature film debut of director Yoon Jong-chan. Starring Kim Myeong-min and Jang Jin-young, it tells the story of a young taxi driver who moves into a dilapidated old apartment building, the site of a brutal tragedy thirty years earlier. The film has been nominated for and won several awards.
More creepy than scary, the movie tells the story of a young taxi driver who moves into a dilapidated old apartment building. Soon thereafter he befriends one of his neighbors, a woman who is beaten by her husband, and hears from another neighbor of the strange history behind the room he has moved into.
Título en Español – “Sorum” (2001)
“Die Bad” (film)
“Die Bad” (Jukgeona hokeun nabbeugeona) is a 2000 South Korean movie. It was the debut film of director Ryu Seung-wan and starred the director and his brother Ryu Seung-beom. The film consists of four distinct parts that were originally created as short films. The parts are connected through the main story of the protagonist Sung-bin’s descent into a life of crime.
The first of the film’s four parts is titled Rumble. The events start with two groups of rival teenagers hanging out in a bar, playing pool. They end up fighting and the main character Park Sung-bin accidentally kills another youth. He is thrown to prison for the next seven years.
The second part is titled Nightmare after the dreams Sung-bin still has about the man he killed. Sung-bin is trying to get back on track after being released from prison. He manages to get a job in a garage with the help of his brother, but his father still seems to loathe him for his past misdeeds. Eventually Sung-bin ends up saving a local crime boss, Kim Tae-hoon from a brutal beating and gets a job from him.
The next segment, Modern Man, intermixes fake documentary style interviews with a long fight between Kim Tae-hoon and Suk-hwan, an old friend of Sung-bin who was with him on the night that Sung-bin killed the man. Suk-hwan is now a police officer and his part of the interview tells about his job fighting crime while Kim Tae-hoon’s interview segments show him speaking about his career in crime.
The last, longest segment is titled Die Bad. Sung-bin is taking control of his own group after Kim Tae-hoon is taken to prison. Sung-bin recruits a gang of youths, including Suk-hwan’s brother, to serve as knife fodder in largely meaningless fights. In the end, Suk-hwan confronts and kills Sung-bin, but his brother is also killed.
Título en Español – “Die Bad” (2000)
Movies not to be missed – IMdb – Wilkipedia – Dugutigui
In the “Diula” language in Mali, the term « dugutigui » (chief of the village), literally translated, means: «owner of the village»; «dugu» means village and «tigui», owner. Probably the term is the result of the contraction of «dugu kuntigui» (literally: chief of the village).
Only asian movies?
So let me reformulate:
Stop working. Go to ASIAN movies! 😀
Yes! What I’m doing right now 🙂