Gangnam 1970 (2015) poster
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  • Português (Brasil)
  • English
  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • dansk
  • País: South Korea
  • Tipo: Movie
  • Data de Lançamento: Jan 21, 2015
  • Duração: 2 hr. 15 min.
  • Pontuação: 7.2 (scored by 2,219 usuários)
  • Classificado: #8226
  • Popularidade: #2385
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)

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For a noir film, this is not as dark and complex or intriguing as I thought it would be. It can actually be a mainstream gangster/action movie. So on that score, it was a bit of a letdown for me if compared with say, Hong Kong director Wong Kar Wai's noir films which truly fit that description.

Having said that, G 1970 is thoroughly watchable. In fact I watched it twice. The first time was a blur because there were so many characters, and to be honest, all the men, and there were plenty of them - gangsters and politicians - did sort of start to look like one another after a while which made it difficult to understand the plot and storyline, not to mention having to read the subtitles fast left me a bit confused.

But when i watched it a second time, I enjoyed it much more because the story and characters became clearer to me.The action/fighting scenes are very realistic and well executed; there is a lot of blood and gore. The pace of the movie is tight and well controlled although I think the editing did leave some parts a bit patchy and not as smooth and seamless as it could have been.

Kim Rae Won shines as a baddie but I think this has to do with his "bad boy" look in the first place which makes his character believable but KRW does play his character very effortlessly and it is testament to the good actor that he is. Jeong Jin Yeong who plays Jong Dae's adoptive father is also an excellent actor - very controlled in his acting yet conveying volumes - pain, regret; you really get that he wants to leave his gangster roots behind and live a simple life.

It is tougher to see Lee Min Ho as a gangster, but on the occasions when he is out for blood and you see the anger and raw emotions - that's when he really stands out. It helps that he is not an all out baddie; he did not start out as a gangster and his psyche is such that he would not have been one if circumstances and fate had not dealt him such a hand. So he can be excused for looking exceedingly handsome while wielding a knife. I think overall it was a major transformative role for him and he truly delivered. Aside from anger and ferocity which he conveyed well, he also spoke volumes with his eyes when channelling ambition, despair and emptiness. You have to watch his eyes; it's all in his eyes. All in a great performance for a breakout role such as this. In fact, after sharing his pain and loss as Jong Dae, I had to get a dose of fresh air and made my way to the Innisfree store downstairs to look at his standee (he's their global brand ambassador) - there he was standing, smiling, fresh faced and youthful, with his Kim Tan look and that was when the contrast of characters really hit me, it was like i was looking at 2 completely different people, and that was when I realised he had really managed to change his image for the movie and he had done it very successfully. Forgive me for rambling about Min Ho; I am a fan!

The last scene is very touching, heart wrenching and symbolic and very well done; a fitting end to a roller coaster movie. On the whole, kudos to Yoo Ha and the cast; it was quite a ride!

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Gangnam 1970 most awaited film since the role alloted to Lee min ho & kim rae won released with much awaited fanbase of Leeminho & the excellent directing of Yoo ha.I watched it & i felt like i want to watch this film again & again,the casting is perfectly suited for this noir-film.The music especially the 'Anak'by freddie which became popular in 70's,on screen at the time of the evolution of two friends into the Gangster type fits very well.Regarding the end,every korean movie ended with someone waiting for the hero both in Dirtycarnival & Gangnam 1970 reminds us that Gangster's girlfriend will lost them earlier than other people's lives.I hope u all enjoy the movie.Hamshabnida YooHa for making this movie.

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  • Movie: Gangnam 1970
  • País: Coreia do Sul
  • Data de Lançamento: Jan 21, 2015
  • Duração: 2 hr. 15 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 18+ Restrito (violência e palavrões)


  • Pontuação: 7.2 (avaliado por 2,219 usuários)
  • Classificado: #8226
  • Popularidade: #2385
  • Fãs: 6,305

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