London Korean Film Festival 2011

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No Blood No Tears No Blood No Tears
No Blood No Tears and The City Of Violence
Arahan (Jang-poong Dae-jak-jeon) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2004; Director: Ryoo Seung-wan; Writer: Eun Ji-hie, Ryoo Seung-wan, Yu Seon-dong; Stars: Ryoo Seung-bum, Yun Soy, Ahn Sung-ki, Jung Doo-hong, Yon Ju-sang)
Comedy chop-socky with serious martial arts moves from South Korea.
The City Of Violence (Jjakpae) (Country: Korea; Year: 2007; Director: Ryoo Seung-hwan; Writer: Ryoo Seung-hwan; Stars: Jung Doo-hong, Ryoo Seung-hwan, Lee Boem Soo, Joeng Soek-yong, An Kil-kang, Kim Seo-hyung)
Casinos and corruption in Korean crime thriller.
Crying Fist (Jumeogi unda) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2005; Director: Ryoo Seung-wan; Writer: Ryoo Seung-wan; Stars: Choi Min-sik, Ryu Seung-beom, Lim Won-hie, Jeon Ho-jin)
A South Korean boxing movie that out fights Raging Bull.
Dachimawa Lee (Country: South Korea; Year: 2008; Director: Ryoo Seung-wan; Stars: Bo-ra Hwang, Hyo-jin Kong, Su-jeong Lim, Won-hie Lim, Si-hyeon Park, Seung-beom Ryu)
Under Japanese imperialism,the Korean national treasure Golden Buddha is stolen and legendary Korean spy Lee is assigned to recover the fabled statue, revealing the dark plot.
Die Bad (Jukgeona hokeun nabbeugeona) (Year: 2000; Director: Ryoo Seung-wan; Writer: Ryoo Seung-wan; Stars: Seong-bin Park, Seung-beom Ryu, Jung-shik Bae, Ju-bong Gi, Jae-yeong Jeong, Won-hie Lim, Seung-wan Ryoo)
Die Bad is a hard-boiled action movie in four parts, all of which deal with a society plagued by violence.
The Unjust The Unjust
The Unjust and Arahan
No Blood No Tears (Pido nunmuldo eobshi) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2002; Director: Ryu Seung-wan ; Writer: Jeong Jin-wan, Ryu Seung-wan; Stars: JUN Do-Yeon Lee Hye-young, Jung Jae-young, Shin Goo, Jung Doo-hong)
A washed-up cabbie and an aspiring singer form an unlikely partnership to make some cash... but pulling of the heist isn't easy.
The Unjust (Bu-dang-geo-rae) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2010; Director: Ryoo Seung-wan; Writer: Park Hoon-jung; Stars: Hwang Jeong-min, Ryu Seung-beom, Yu Hae-jin, Jeon Ho-jin, Ma Dong-seok, Woo Dong-gi, Jo Yeong-jin, Jeong Man-shik, Lee Seong-min, Kim Su-hyeon, Ko Bon-woong, Kim Min-jae, Lee Hee-joon, Oh Jeong-se, Lee Jong-goo), Official Site
A spree of schoolgirl murders has gripped Seoul by the throat but the police are on it and accidentally kill the murderer - but they can't simply bring in a dead suspect...

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Out of the past Susanna Nicchiarelli on Trine Dyrholm and the costume design in Nico, 1988

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