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밤과낮 [videorecording] = Night and day / 제작, 영화사봄 ; 감독, 홍상수.
Pam kwa nat [videorecording] = Night and day / chejak, Yŏnghwasa Pom ; kamdok, Hong Sang-su.
Brooklyn, NY : KimStim, 2012.
1 videodisc (144 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Hong, Sang-su, 1960-
Kim, Yŏng-ho, 1967-
Pak, Ŭn-hye, 1978-
Hwang, Su-jeong, 1972-
Yi, Sŏn-gyun, 1975-
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"Seung-nam, an award-winning painter and married man in his early forties, shows up with his big traveling bag at the airport in Paris. He's fleeing from an arrest after smoking marijuana while he was drunk at a coincidental gathering. In the 14th district of Paris, he takes refuge at a run-down lodge owned by a Korean. Apart from wandering the streets and prowling in the park, he seems to have nothing else to do. He coincidentally meets his ex-girlfriend Min-sun on the street, but their reunion really doesn't ignite any interest for him. His love and worries for his wife whom he left alone follows him around like his wallet. Seung-nam is introduced to Hyun-joo, a student studying art in Paris, and her roommate Yoo-jeong. Sung-nam falls headlong for Yoo-jeong's neat and sharp beauty and mind-boggling mysteriousness. Seung-nam tries to adapt to this unfamiliar city, but like walking into a dark cave, he falls deep for Yoo-jeong and Paris."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2008.
Chejak, Cho Kwang-hŭi, O Chŏng-wan ; p'ŭrodyusŏ, Kang Tong-gu, Kim Yŏng-sŏk ; p'yŏnjip, Ham Sŏng-wŏn ; ch'waryŏng, Kim Hun-gwang.
제작, 조광희, 오정완 ; 프로듀서, 강동구, 김영석 ; 편집, 함성원 ; 촬영, 김훈광.
DVD; NTSC; aspect ratio 16:9; stereo; dual layer.
Kim Yŏng-ho, Pak Ŭn-hye, Hwang Su-jŏng, Yi Sŏn-gyun.
김영호, 박은혜, 황수정, 이선균.
In Korean, French, and English with optional subtitles in English.
English title from disc
Night and day
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