Thread of Lies (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)

Thread of Lies (Blu-ray) (Korea Version)
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Following Punch, director Lee Han adapts another Kim Ryeo Ryeong novel for the silver screen, this time tackling the difficult topics of suicide and school bullying. Set in the aftermath of a teenage girl’s sudden suicide, the critically acclaimed Thread of Lies reveals through flashbacks the experiences and incidents that built up to her death. Exploring the sensitive dynamics of middle school classrooms and adolescent friendships, the film presents a realistic, nuanced study on bullying that avoids casting blanket judgment but rather addresses the cruel and complex relationship between the victims and perpetrators of bullying. Appearing in her first film in over 20 years, Kim Hee Ae (Secret Love Affair) plays the mother struggling to keep things together after unspeakable loss. Sung Dong Il and Punch‘s Yoo Ah In also appear in supporting roles. The greatest spotlight, however, goes to the superb young female cast of Ko Ah Sung (Snowpiercer) and top teen actresses Kim Yoo Jung (Commitment) and Kim Hyang Gi (A Werewolf Boy).

14-year-old schoolgirl Cheon Ji (Kim Hyang Gi) takes her own life one day without leaving a suicide note. Her widowed mother (Kim Hee Ae) and older sister Man Ji (Ko Ah Sung) are left reeling from the grief and shock. They never saw the warning signs. Seeking answers, Man Ji begins to approach Cheon Ji’s classmates and gradually learns about her sister’s peer circle and the class queen bee, Hwa Yeon (Kim Yoo Jung), who befriended then bullied her.

This edition includes commentary, character video, making of, deleted scenes, poster shoot and trailers..
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Kamikaze Girls (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)

Kamikaze Girls (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Thelma and Louise meets Cutie Honey in Kamikaze Girls, writer/director Nakashima Tetsuya’s winning big screen adaptation of Takemoto Novala’s cult classic novel Shimotsuma Monogatari. This quirky tale of teenage rebellion has gone on to become a surprise hit with audiences not only in Japan, but around the world! This wildly imaginative film depicts the peculiar friendship between two very different young women. First up, there’s Ryugasaki Momoko (Fukada Kyoko from The Ring 2 and Dolls), a frustrated country girl, who finds escape from her dreary existence by fantasizing about 18th century France and dressing up in frilly baby-doll dresses, complete with pink bonnets and matching parasols. However, her prim and proper fantasy world is quickly challenged by the dramatic arrival of a new girl in town, the tough-as-nails biker chick, Shirayuri Ichiko (Tsuchiya Anna). This wild child with a seemingly permanent snarl on her face initially clashes with the girly Momoko, but eventually, this unlikely duo form an uneasy alliance, deciding to head out on a journey in search of a legendary embroiderer. Their daring quest is fraught with danger at every turn, but the two venture onward, braving the surreal, candy-colored bubble gum world that awaits them!

While making the rounds on the festival circuit, Kamikaze Girls has racked up several awards and nominations including Best Picture, Best Director (Nakashima Tetsuya), Best Actress (Fukada Kyoko), and Best Supporting Actress (Tsuchiya Anna) at the Yokohama Movie Awards and numerous other trophies from the Blue Ribbon Awards, Hochi Film Awards, Kinema Jumpo Awards, and Mainichi Film Concours. Clearly, this film is something special and definitely has to be seen to be believed, so be sure to check out one of the most irreverent examples of girl power ever brought to the silver screen!.
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La Lingerie (DVD) (US Version)

La Lingerie (DVD) (US Version)
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This release comes with a free DVD copy of Magic Kitchen starring Andy Lau, Sammi Cheng, and Jerry Yan. Only while supplies last.

Seven years later, there’s still plenty of fun to be had with underwear. The 2001 comedy La Brassiere starring Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, Carina Lau, and Gigi Leung was a massive hit with Hong Kong audiences, spawning a 2002 sequel, Mighty Baby. Not one to leave a good thing alone, writer-director Chan Hing-Ka joins forces with co-director Janet Chun for La Lingerie, another innerwear-centric romantic comedy. Gigi Leung returns in a cameo, leaving the starring duties to a new generation of Hong Kong stars, starting with the popular Stephy Tang, who’s paired with funnyman Ronald Cheng. Joining the two are an eclectic mix of talent, including popular models Janice Man (See You in You Tube) and J.J. Jia (Isabella), EEG starlet Kathy Yuen (Yes, I Can See Dead People), Chan Fai Hung (Trivial Matters), Andy On (New Police Story), Tsui Tin Yau and Wong Yau Nam of Shine, and popular TVB actor Wong Cho Lam. Thanks to a smart script and plenty of laughs, La Lingerie is a bawdy and often hilarious look at life and love for the modern Hong Kong girl.

Miu Ho (Stephy Tang) works as an Innerwear Researcher, but a run-in with the company’s lothario, marketing manager Lucas (Ronald Cheng), complicates her work and love life. Miu is a good girl, though, and instead of taking advantage of her, Lucas offers to help her to land the affections of the heir to the company, the wealthy and very strange Antonio (Wong Cho Lam). Meanwhile, Miu’s best pal Donut (Janice Man) works in a lingerie shop, and has issues with her beau (Chan Fai Hung), a married man who’s also a customer at her store. Club girl CC (J.J. Jia) is also a customer at Donut’s workplace, and is looking for some new, expensive lingerie in order to impress her new boyfriend, shy Harvard student Eugene (Andy On). Finally, Miu’s downstairs neighbor, flight attendant Celine (Kathy Yuen), has an odd problem: someone keeps stealing her underwear! Cop James Shum (Tsui Tin Yau) offers to investigate, but he seems more interested in ogling Celine’s uniform than catching the perp. Still involved in her own romantic issues, Miu decides to take her innerwear research to a new level – by using her own underwear as bait to catch the thief..
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The Royal Scoundrel (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

The Royal Scoundrel (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Award-winning actor Tony Leung Chiu Wai shows his playful comic side in Royal Scoundrel, a winning action-comedy co-starring the divine Jacklyn Wu Chien Lien. Tony Leung is “Beach Boy”, a maverick cop whose unorthodox and incompetent ways are frowned upon by his uptight superiors. His inept partner Mrs. Chow (Ng Man Tat, not playing a female) isn’t much help, and is more concerned with taking care of his many, many children. On a routine stakeout, Beach Boy and Mrs. Chow rescue a lovely Mainland girl named Ah Yuk (Jacklyn Wu), who was previously abused by her criminal uncle. Ah Yuk has nowhere to go, so she moves in with Beach Boy, who has no idea how to deal with a beautiful, helpful female presence in his dingy bachelor pad. But if he’s not careful, the dashing new police lieutenant (Waise Lee) will end up stealing her heart! Can the Beach Boy get it together? Also known by the title Son of the Beach, Royal Scoundrel is an early collaboration between Tony Leung Chiu Wai and director Johnnie To that demonstrates that both award-winning artists know how to have fun once in a while!.
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Confession of a Son (DVD) (Korea Version)

Confession of a Son (DVD) (Korea Version)
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The documentary Confession of a Son pays tribute to Reverend Joo Ki Chul (1910-1944), considered one of the greatest martyrs of Korean church history and the independence resistance movement. Joo was imprisoned and tortured during the Japanese Occupation period for opposing coercive Shinto shrine worship. He died in prison in 1944 after seven years of imprisonment. He was posthumously awarded the Order of Independence medal by the South Korean government in 1990. The documentary sheds more light on the life and impact of Joo Ki Chul through interviews with his sons as well as clips from the 2007 film His Choice about Joo..
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