|140||2016. 04. 29||17:30||MEGABOX Jeonju(Gaeksa) 4||KE12GV|
|423||2016. 05. 02||14:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||KE12GV|
|630||2016. 05. 04||17:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||KE12|
Produced with the ‘plain archives’ for the Blue Ray version of Oldboy(2003), Old Days covers the whole process of Oldboy including direction and acting, cinematography, lighting, and production design. Han Sunhee, who produced MANSHIN: Ten Thousand Spirits(2013) and The Basement Satellite (2013) reconstructs the stories that took place during the making of Oldboy, which had the greatest international impact in the history of Korean cinema. The key word that runs through the film is
‘time’. The creative activity of filmmaking uses time as a medium and changes as if it were organic. It is also connected to the central theme of Oldboy. Old Days shows the mystery of cinema that emerges when the artistic awareness of a director who does not compromise for his vision, the production circumstances, and diverse crew members with diverse skills all clash. (JANG Byungwon)
|Producer||BAEK Juno, HAN Sunhee|
|Cinematography||CHO Youngjik, KIM Hyoungju|
|Cast||PARK Chan-wook, syd lim, CHOI Min-sik, YU Ji-tae|
Produced Talking Architect(2011), MANSHIN: Ten Thousand Spirits(2013), The Basement Satellite(2013), and Discovery Channel Asia Pacific Network’s Shaman of the Sea(2012). Planned and produced 「The Master Tailor」(2015) for MBC. Currently teaches ‘documentary producing’ in the Graduate Course for Film, TV & Multimedia at Korea National University of Arts.
Old Boy was the biggest success among modern Korean films. Now, the director, the cast and crew give vivid testimony about what it was like as if are in a trance. A documentary for the Blue-ray edition.