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레드카펫 / 배급, (주)프레인글로벌 ; 제작, (유)씨네주, (주)누리픽쳐스 ; 감독, 각본, 박범수.
Redŭ k'ap'et / paegŭp, (Chu) P'ŭrein Kŭllobŏl ; chejak, (Yu) Ssine Chu, (Chu) Nuri P'ikch'yŏsŭ ; kamdok, kakpon, Pak Pŏm-su.
[Seoul] : (Chu) Pidio Yŏhaeng, 2015.
[Seoul] : (주)비디오여행, 2015.
1 videodisc (117 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Production and direction
P'ŭrein Kŭllobŏl (Firm)
Nuri P'ikch'yŏsŭ (Firm)
Pidio Yŏhaeng (Firm)
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4 3/4 in.
"Men are not raised by their mothers, they are raised by X-rated movies! Jung-woo was an aspiring film director-turned porn director, who has directed over 300 porn movies thus far. But his life is turned upside down when his home is invaded by a former child actress named Eun-su, who recently moved back to Korea from Spain. Due to a housing lease scam, they are forced to live together until Eun-su can get back on her feet. Jung-woo helps her land auditions for TV roles, but once she does, she disappears from his life. After years of forced to direct porn, Jung-woo decides to leave all that behind and finally direct a romantic comedy that he wrote. In his mind, the only candidate for the leading role is none other than Eun-su, who has now become a very popular actress. Can a band of misfit pornographers convince a top actress to star in their dream project?"--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2013.
2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen.
Chejak, Ŏm Chu-yŏng ; kakpon, Pak Pŏm-su ; ch'waryŏng, Kim Yŏng-min ; p'yŏnjip, Sin Min-gyŏng ; ŭmak, Yi Chi-su.
제작, 엄주영 ; 각본, 박범수 ; 촬영, 김영민 ; 편집, 신민경 ; 음악, 이지수.
15-se kwallam ka.
Yun Kye-sang, Ko Chun-hŭi, O Chŏng-se, Cho Tar-hwan, Hwang Ch'an-sŏng.
윤계상, 고준희, 오정세, 조달환, 황찬성.
In Korean, with optional subtitles in Korean and English.
Redŭ k'ap'et. Korean.
Redŭ k'ap'et. English.
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