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피에타 [videorecording] / 제공·배급, NEW ; 제작, 김기덕필름 ; 각본, 감독, 편집, 김기덕.
P'iet'a [videorecording] / chegong, paegŭp, NEW ; chejak, Kim Ki-dŏk P'illŭm ; kakpon, kamdok, p'yŏnjip, Kim Ki-dŏk.
[Seoul] : K'eidi Midiŏ, 2012.
[Seoul] : 케이디미디어, 2012.
1 videodisc (104 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Mothers and sons
Kim, Ki-dŏk, 1960-2020
Yi, Chŏng-jin, 1978-
Kim Ki-dŏk Pʻillŭm (Firm)
Next Entertainment World (Firm)
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"Hired by moneylenders, a man lives as a loan shark brutally threatening people for pay back their debts. This man, without any family and therefore with nothing to lose, continues his merciless way of life regardless of all the pain he has caused to a countless number of people. One day, a woman appears in front of him claiming to be his mother. He coldly rejects her at first, but gradually accepts her in his life. He decides to quit his cruel job and to live a decent life. Then suddenly the mother is kidnapped. Assuming that it would be by someone he has hurt in the past, he starts to track down all the people he has harassed. The man finally finds the one, only to discover horrifying and dark secrets that were better left unrevealed."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2012.
P'ŭrodyusŏ, Kim Sun-mo ; ŭmak, Pak In-yŏng ; ch'waryŏng B, Kim Ki-dŏk.
프로듀서, 김순모 ; 음악, 박인영 ; 촬영B, 김기덕.
Ch'ŏngsonyŏn kwallam pulga.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround; dual layer.
Golden Lion at Venice Film Festival 2012.
Cho Min-su, Yi Chŏng-jin.
In Korean with optional subtitles in Korean an English.
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Chapi rŭl pep'usosŏ
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