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Ji-okhwa / The Flower in Hell

Shin Sang-ok
South Korea
Synopsis
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Living in an American military camp, Young-shik and his gang steal goods from the camp’s warehouse and sell them in the market. His younger brother Dong-shik arrives in Seoul with the view of persuading Young-shik to return to their hometown, but he instead settles down in the camp as well. Young-shik tries to get Dong-shik to go back to their hometown ahead of him and asks his girlfriend Sonia to marry him after he pulls off a big heist he is plotting. Sonia, however, has her eyes set on Dong-shik and seduces him while Young-shik and his gang are carrying out the heist.

Director
Shin Sang-ok (South Korea)
Screenplay
Lee Jeong-seon
Production
Seoul Films (South Korea)
Shin Sang-ok
Photography
Gang Beom-gu
Edition
Kim Young-hee
Cast
Kim Hak, Choi Eun-hee, Jo Hae-won, Kang Sun-hee
Running Time
97 m.
Country
South Korea
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