Starring: Ahn Seong-Gi, Seol Gyeong-Gu, Heo Jun-Ho
Director: Kang Wu-Seok
Studio: Cinema Service
Genre: Drama/ Action
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About This DVD
"Sil Mi Do" reveals bitter facts of the past.
Woo Suk Kang's ("Two Cops", "Public Enemy") cold war movie project stars a top cast including Ann Sung Ki ("Chiwaseon", "Musa"), Jung je Young ("No Blood No Tears", "Guns & Talks") and Sul Kyung Ku ("Oasis", "Wish I Had a Wife Too"). The tale revolves around a group of 31 South Korean men originally sentenced to death who received a parole on condition that they would take take part in a suicide retaliation commando in 1968. Later this elite battalion was double crossed by their own government that ordered their death after the secret plan was called off. As a result, the soldiers that were trained for the sole purpose to kill North Korean PresidentKim Il Sung changed their target looking for South Korean President Park Chung-hee to get their revenge ...
Devouring an immense budget of 10 billion won, "Sil Mi Do" attracted 1.55 million viewers to Korea's theaters one week after its premier show.
Sil Mi Do was honored with the Best Picture, Best Director (Woo Suk-kang) and Best Supporting Actor (Jung Jae-young ) awards at the 25th Blue Dragon Awards presentation.
|Audio Format:||DD 5.1 Surround, DD 2.0 Stereo|
|Video Format:||Anamorphic Widescreen 2.35:1|
- Commentary with director and actors
- Making Film
- 31 persons documentary
- All about Silmido
- Still Photos
- 10 million spectators
- Year 1968
- Art Work Gallery
- Documentary (12/19/1999)
- Fiction and History
- Yesterday and Today
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