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Gukgabudo-ui Nal is a movie starring Hye-su Kim, Ah-In Yoo, and Joon-ho Huh. Si-hyun (Hye-su Kim), the monetary policy manager at the Bank of Korea, predicts a massive national financial crisis and reports it to the Director. The...

Kook-Hee Choi
Woo-jin Jo, Ah-In Yoo, Joon-ho Huh, Hye-su Kim

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Genres Drama
Director Kook-Hee Choi
Writer Seong-min Eom
Stars Woo-jin Jo, Ah-In Yoo, Joon-ho Huh, Hye-su Kim
Country South Korea
Also Known As 国家が破産する日, Sovereign Default, Default, National Bankruptcy Day
Runtime 1 h 54 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Si-hyun (Hye-su Kim), the monetary policy manager at the Bank of Korea, predicts a massive national financial crisis and reports it to the Director. The Director doesn't schedule an emergency summit until 10 days later and does it without notifying the public of the situation. Si-hyun urges for the crisis to be announced in order to warn people of the looming disaster, but her plea is ignored. The summit is held behind closed doors. Jung-hak (Ah-In Yoo), a financial consultant, notices Korea is suddenly hemorrhaging foreign funds, and he learns the reason is that international finance firms have ordered an all-out investment withdrawal from the country, which has caused its credit rating to plummet. He hands in his resignation and decides to play the odds on what he's sure is a coming crisis. He secretly starts gathering investors willing to do the same. Gap-su (Joon-ho Huh), a family man who runs a small tableware factory, has a big break and wins a contract with a department store. The fact that the price settlement terms equal to little more than a promissory note concerns him only briefly, and oblivious to the looming financial upheaval, Gap-su signs the contract. The Managing Director of the IMF (Vincent Cassel) comes to Korea just one week before the country goes bust, and that is when those who try to prevent the crisis, those who seek to take advantage of it, and those only trying to protect their livelihood are caught in the wake of a national bankruptcy.

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Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 05:17

After a brief appearance at the opening of "The Man With Two Brains", David Jaffe is a must for any film buff. This film's premise is simple. A nameless moviegoer meets a mysterious character that begins to help him when he's blind and out of work. But it is not a matter of saving the day. David (Jaffe) is a jobless man who believes that there is something supernatural in his life. As the mystery of David's world is revealed, his life becomes a labyrinth of love, loss, and hope. But the film's director does not get bogged down in the supernatural realm. In fact, the entire film is nothing but the supernatural. In this film, it's as simple as the sun. David is not a savior, but a man who wants to see his dream fulfilled. It's a compelling story, even if it isn't realistic. The story of David's world is told through David's relationship with the most unlikely of characters. This is a very beautiful film. It captures the beauty of life in all its forms. David's world is full of hope, but also filled with sadness and loss. He finds that he has a great love for his job, but that love is destroyed by the loss of a loved one. His dreams of having his vision restored are crushed by the inability of the blind woman to see his vision. But he is saved by the love of his life. The film's beautiful cinematography, excellent editing, and wonderful acting make this film a must see. Jaffe is truly amazing in this film. The look and feel of this film are a delight to the eye. The direction and sound editing are great. The cinematography is really good in this film. The music is also excellent. The actors in this film all perform beautifully. Jaffe, O'Rourke, and Walla in particular are perfect in their roles. O'Rourke gives a stunning performance, and Jaffe is convincing in his role as the deaf mute. Both David and his wife have great moments, but O'Rourke is just spectacular in his role. David Jaffe is a wonderful director, and his best film yet. "The Man With Two Brains" is a simple yet beautiful film. I look forward to seeing more of Jaffe's work. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of art-house films, or a true lover of movies. This film is a must see. 8/10
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 14:11

The first time I watched this movie was in the late eighties when I was about ten years old. When I saw this movie in the movie store, I was surprised and I started watching it again recently. I never saw the TV series in my childhood, but I still think that this movie is worth watching. The acting was very good, although sometimes it felt like actors were too young to be acting. The movie is about a woman who is working at a supermarket in Japan, and she's the daughter of the owner of the supermarket. It's a movie about the relation between her and her father. When I watched the TV series, I didn't really like the ending because I think the movie's main focus was the relationship between the mother and her daughter. But the movie itself is very good. The cinematography is very good. The color pallet is very different from what I'm used to see in Japanese movies. It's a very dark movie, which is very well suited to the storyline. I think the first half of the movie is the best. The ending was good too, but the second half was also very good. It's a very funny movie, which I think is a perfect fit for kids. When I watched it, I felt a lot of emotion. The story is a good one, and it's very realistic. The acting was very good. All the actors, especially the woman, are very talented. They're all very good at acting, and I think they deserve an Oscar nomination. The characters are very well played and you actually feel like you know them. This is a movie that is suitable for kids. I recommend it to all the fans of the TV series. I think this movie is very underrated. It's a very good movie. I'm giving it an 8/10.
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 08:42

All I can say is: Awwwwww. I can see how they tried to copy "Funny Games" from Eastwood's "Wild at Heart", but I'm not a fan of that movie. That movie had a strong anti-materialist tone, but Eastwood did his best to be a decent father-figure. The good thing about "The Haunting" is that it really has something in it. Maybe it's the fact that Eastwood takes the lead role and he's actually the one playing the character. Maybe it's that the cast is so good that they don't have to show their faces much. Maybe it's that the movie is so simple, but you just can't help but fall in love with it. The movie is a modern re-telling of the old-school Gothic Horror movies of the 1930's, with a little bit of time travel thrown in. It's a story about a young woman, her husband and their daughter, who are haunted by a group of demonic spirits. The story is actually very interesting, and it's more than the basic plot, with a lot of twists and turns. The entire plot is told through the eyes of a 13 year old girl, and she's the one who brings it to light. I'm really not a fan of Eastern European movies, because I don't find them as scary as I did in the 70's, but the movie "The Haunting" is really something. The movie has a very dark atmosphere, with a lot of foreshadowing, and there's a lot of Gothic horror elements to it. It's also a really touching story, with some really beautiful scenes. I loved the acting in the movie. I really love the performance of Tommy Lee Jones as the young girl. He's really very underrated, but he really is good in this movie. You'll never be able to see Tommy Lee Jones in anything else. He's like a legend in Hollywood. I like his role. There's also great performances by Linda Blair, and Elisabeth Shue. I'm not really a fan of her, but she's fine in this movie. The movie is very enjoyable and it's well directed. I can see how Eastwood wanted to be a father-figure for the film, and he did it very well. He does a great job at being the main character, and you'll be glad that he was cast in the movie. I really don't like the fact that the young girl is only about 12 years old, but I can't deny the fact that she was very beautiful. Overall, "The Haunting" is a really good movie. I think it's one of the best films of 2002. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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