• Kkeut-kka-ji-gan-da / A Hard Day
        • Kkeut-kka-ji-gan-da / A Hard Day

          • Country:
          • Južna Koreja, 2014
          • Group:
          • Thrills & kills
          • Duration:
          • 111’
          • Director:
          • Sung Hun Kim
          • Screenplay:
          • Sung Hun Kim
          • Cast:
          • Džin Vung Čo, Man Sik Džeong, Suk-Tae Džo, Dong Jang Kim, Sun Kjun Li, Džung Kun Šin
          • Festivals:
          • Screenplay:
          • Kvan Jang Čoj, Hang Džun Džang, Sung Hun Kim, Hae Džun
          • Cinematography:
          • Tae Sung Kim
          • Editing:
          • Čangdžu Kim
          • Music:
          • Jang Džin Mo
          • Producer:
          • Bili Akumen, Ča Dži Hjun, Dong Jun Li
          • Production:
          • AD 406, Dasepo Club
        • Showing

          28. Feb | 22:30 | 250 RSD
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        • SYNOPSIS

          Corrupt cop Ko Gun-su accidentally crashes his car into a man while on the phone making arrangements for his mother’s funeral. Instead of calling the police, he stashes the body in the trunk of his car. Meanwhile, back at the precinct, the Internal Affairs Division have discovered the stash of ill-gotten cash that Gun-su and his equally corrupt team have amassed. Devising ever more elaborate and ridiculous stratagems to get out of the various pickles he’s in, each of which cleverly sows the seeds of the next, Gun-su then embarks on his very hard day, which will see him desecrate his mother’s coffin, disinter a corpse twice over, remove a mcguffin concealed in a dead man’s ass, blow up a car, and nearly be drowned in a toilet. Oh, and get into several protracted fights with his terminator-like adversary and ultimately end up an unlikely crusader for two things that couldn’t be further from his agenda as a cop—truth and justice

          Seong-hoon Kim


          Seong-hoon Kim was born in 1971 in South Korea. He is a writer and director. He made his debut in 2006 with How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men, a fresh comedy notable for its witty and stylistically unique characters as well as its comic timing which won over audiences. After 8 long years, he returns with his second feature film, A Hard Night, an intense and unpredictable ride. He is becoming one of the noteworthy directors of his generation for his ability to create multidimensional and exquisite characters.



          2014       Kkeut-kka-ji-gan-da / A Hard Day

          2006       Ae-jeong-gyeol-pil-i doo nam-ja-e-ge mi-chi-neun yeng-hyang / How the Lack of Love Affects Two Men



          2014       Hawaii, Oslo



          2014       Blue Dragon Awards - Best Editing (Changju Kim); Grand Bell Awards - Best Director (Seong-hoon Kim)