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Raging Years (Region-3 / 2 Disc Set)
Raging Years (Region-3 / 2 Disc Set)
Raging Years (Region-3 / 2 Disc Set)
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Product Description
Korean title: Haryu-insaeng
Starring: Jo Seung-Wu, Kim Min-Seon, Kim Hak-Jun
Director: Im Gweon-Taek
Studio: Woo Sung Entertainment / Cinema Service
Rating: NR
Genre: Action 

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Master director and music virtuoso, IM Kwon-taek meets the Rocker?

The two maestros of cinematography and music, each relentlessly shaping his own world for the last 40 years, have finally joined together for . Having learned to play the guitar all by himself, appearing in the Korean music scene in wilderness where the only real genre was the trot music, he was the Rocker? first of the kind, and has since singled out many stars such as KIM Chu-ja, KIM Jung-mi, PARK In-soo, JANG Hyun, Pearl Sisters, etc in proliferating and culminating Korean Rock. The godfather of Korean Rock, SHIN Jung-hyun has returned to the filmscoring scene in more than 2 decades in order to show the world the high standards of Korean Rock genre.

Myungdong streets of the 60s, the poignant walkaways revived!

The thriving streets of Myungdong during the 60s, where the life of gangsters and artists coexisted has been recreated at the Pucheon Fantastic Studio. Art director JU Byoung-do having worked in recreating the scenes of , has joined lighting director KIM Dong-ho to complete the open set on a scale reaching over 64 thousand square feet, a masterful achievement of elaborate and refined details. Add on the prop master KIM Ho-gil with over 20 truckfuls of realistic props and a wardrobe of over 20 thousand pieces (with 80 specially designed clothes) are some of the details that the audience should not miss.

Tae-woong goes to a rival school to revenge his friend but only find himself being stabbed by Seung-moon on his way out. But ironically, Tae-woong ends up becoming adopted into Seung-moon's family after Seung-moon's father, Park Il-won, took pity on him. In the meantime, Park Il-won is running to win a seat as in independent lawmaker in the National Assembly. On the day of the candidates?public speech, some political mobsters instigated by the opposition Freedom Party throws the whole place topsy-turvy. A gangster of the Dongdaemoon Gang hurts Seung-moon's sister, Hae-oak. Tae-woong becomes furious and chases after him. He knocks the gangster down with one punch and receives much praise from the Myongdong Gang's boss. Through this incident, Tae-woong seals his position in the gang. However, the collapse of the Freedom Party brings about the disappearance of the Dongdaemoon Gang, which was supported by the Freedom Party, and that of its rival Myongdong Gang as well.

Afterwards, Tae-woong manages his life by serving a middle boss of the Myongdong Gang, Oh Sang-pil, as a trouble-solving broker. As Tae-woong heads for to an ex-congressman's office to resolve a late debt, he accidentally bumps into Seung-moon at a rally and is surprised to see him as a college student. Tae-woong later meets Hae-ok again who became a primary school teacher. Soon after, they fall in love and get hitched.

As the new coup de tat government makes a clean sweep of organized crime, Tae-woong quits his life as a gangster and makes a new start as a film producer. Tae-woong overcomes many painstaking hurdles to complete his first film, but it all ends up to no avail. He falls into major debt and once again seeks Oh Sang-pil for help. Thanks to Sang-pil, Tae-woong lands a job as a broker for the Fraternity Club, a phantom organization that works as an illegal broker for the U.S. Army and Korean construction companies. Tae-woong comes to realize the lobbying and briberies his job entails in a merciless dog-eat-dog world that he's caught up in. Tae-woong keeps looking out only for himself, being indifferent to the torrents of Korean modern history such as the April 19 Citizens?Uprising, May 16 Military Coup de tat, and the October Constitution Manipulation. The young man that Tae-woong is only grows more and more out of control.

Audio Format: DD 5.1 Surround, DD 2.0 Stereo, DTS
Video Format: Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)
Languages: Korean 
Subtitles: English, Korean  
Country Made: Korea 
Region Code: 3
Year Made: 2004
Running Time: 106  
Special Features: - Making of Film
- Interviews with Director and Staffs
- Production Design
- Costume
- Korean Movie History
- Trailer
- Photo Gallery
- Artwork Gallery


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