My Way

    My Way

    2011. War drama by Je-Kyu Kang. South Korea. 2h17m. USA: R disturbing strong violence
    '' A fantastic film from the beginning to the end. This is one of those few time when a film is...
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    Orig. title: Mai wei (Korean / Japanese)In colonial era Seoul, 1938, two young men have had a strong sense of rivalry since they were young. Joon-sik (Jang Dong-Gun) is a Korean man who dreams of following in the footsteps of Olympic marathon gold medal winner Sohn Kee-Chung. Tatsuo (Joe Odagiri) is a top Japanese marathon runner and lived with Joon-sik as his family worked for Tatsuo's as servants. They grew up as rivals representing their respective countries.
    Dong-Gun Jang
    Jô Odagiri
    Bingbing Fan
    In-Kwon Kim
    Seung-Hyeon Han
    Jin-Seok Yang
    Ji-Han Do
    Hee-Won Kim
    Yeon-Hee Lee
    Ji-Woong Wi
    Jong-Yeol Jeong
    Ho-Yeon Lee

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