VIENNA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: OCTOBER 25 – NOVEMBER 8, 2018

LO-DU MOO-BI

V' 03

LO-DU MOO-BI

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Kim In-Sik
Südkorea, 2002
Fiction, 114min, OmeU

LO-DU MOO-BI

Kim In-Sik
Südkorea, 2002
Fiction, 114min, OmeU

Actors: 
Hwang Jung-Min
Dae-Sik
Jung Chan
Suk-Won
Su Rin
Il-Joo
Screenplay: 
Kim In-Sik
Sound: 
Jung Gwang-Ho
Camera: 
Kim Jae-Ho
Editor: 
Lee Jae-Woong
Composer: 
Lee Han-Na
Decoration: 
Choi Gi-Ho
Costume: 
Kim Hyang-Hee

Production: 
Sidus Corp.1st Fl., Hansung Bldg.88 Samsung-Dong, Kangnam-GuSeoul 135-090, SüdkoreaT 2 6005 6000 webmaster@sidus.net
World Sales: 
Cinema Service5th Fl. Yeoksam Bldg. 824Yeoksam-Dong, Kangnam-GuSeoul 135-080, SüdkoreaT 2 2192 8734 rachel@cinemaservice.com
Format: 
35 mm
Color

This debut film features a very unusual character for South Korean film, a gay man. Dae-Sik is the only main character to really know his own mind, and has decided to turn his back on «normal» society to live on the streets. At the films start, the physically imposing and black-clad Dae-Sik takes the bankrupt and alcoholic stockbroker Suk-Won, in a once-white suit, under his wing. They leave town for a trek through the countryside, their relationship intensifying all the while. Suk-Won does not react well when he finally understands Dae-Siks interest in him, and the situation spirals badly out of control. (Lisa Roosen-Runge)