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돌이킬 수 없는 / 제공, 소빅 창업 투자 (주) ; 제작, (주) 재크 필름 ; 감독, 박 수영.
Torik'il su ŏmnŭn / chegong, Sobik Ch'angŏp T'uja (Chu) ; chejak, (Chu) Chaek'ŭ P'illŭm ; kamdok, Pak Su-yŏng.
Kyŏnggi-do P'aju-si : (Chu) K'eidi Midiŏ, 2011.
경기도 파주시 : (주) 케이디 미디어, 2011.
1 videodisc (88 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Kim, T'ae-u, 1971-
김 태우, 1971-
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Editor of moving image work
Sobik Ch'angŏp T'uja (Firm)
소빅 창업 투자 (Firm)
Chaek'ŭ P'illŭm (Firm)
재크 필름 (Firm)
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4 3/4 in. color
Chung-sik lives with his lovely 7-year-old daughter in a small, quiet village and grows a flower garden there, One day, his daughter goes missing without leaving a trace, Chung-sik is bent on searching for his daughter, While visiting the police station, he stumbles upon the criminal record of a man who moved into his neighborhood the other day, Sejin, a good-natured man, leads a quiet life, running a bicycle rent shop, People in the neighborhood begin pointing to him as the perpetrator, His criminal record, witnesses, and suspicion suggest that he is the perpetrator, but there is no strong evidence proving that, The real perpetrator remains at large, and the truth remains concealed! Even Sejin who is accused of being the perpetrator and Chung-sik are mired in confusion, YesAsia.com
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2010.
Anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1).
Screenplay, An Sŭng-hwan ; director of photography, Ch'oe Yun-man ; editor, Ch'oe Hyŏn-suk ; music, Chŏng Chae-hwan.
Screenplay, 안 승환 ; director of photography, 최 윤만 ; editor, 최 현숙 ; music, 정 재환.
For age 15 and older.
Yi Chŏng-jin, Kim T'ae-u, Chŏng In-gi, Kim Ch'ang-suk, Im Sŏng-ŏn.
이 정진, 김 태우, 정 인기, 김 창숙, 임 성언.
In Korean, with optional subtitles in Korean and English.
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