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(972) 6.5 114 min 2018

Gukgabudo-ui Nal is a movie starring Hye-su Kim, Ah-In Yoo, and Joon-ho Huh. Si-hyun (Hye-su Kim), the monetary policy manager at the Bank of Korea, predicts a massive national financial crisis and reports it to the Director. The...

Woo-jin Jo, Ah-In Yoo, Joon-ho Huh, Hye-su Kim
Kook-Hee Choi

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Kook-Hee Choi
Writer Seong-min Eom
Stars Woo-jin Jo, Ah-In Yoo, Joon-ho Huh, Hye-su Kim
Country South Korea
Also Known As 国家が破産する日, Default, Sovereign Default, National Bankruptcy Day
Runtime 1H 54M
Description Si-hyun (Hye-su Kim), the monetary policy manager at the Bank of Korea, predicts a massive national financial crisis and reports it to the Director. The Director doesn't schedule an emergency summit until 10 days later and does it without notifying the public of the situation. Si-hyun urges for the crisis to be announced in order to warn people of the looming disaster, but her plea is ignored. The summit is held behind closed doors. Jung-hak (Ah-In Yoo), a financial consultant, notices Korea is suddenly hemorrhaging foreign funds, and he learns the reason is that international finance firms have ordered an all-out investment withdrawal from the country, which has caused its credit rating to plummet. He hands in his resignation and decides to play the odds on what he's sure is a coming crisis. He secretly starts gathering investors willing to do the same. Gap-su (Joon-ho Huh), a family man who runs a small tableware factory, has a big break and wins a contract with a department store. The fact that the price settlement terms equal to little more than a promissory note concerns him only briefly, and oblivious to the looming financial upheaval, Gap-su signs the contract. The Managing Director of the IMF (Vincent Cassel) comes to Korea just one week before the country goes bust, and that is when those who try to prevent the crisis, those who seek to take advantage of it, and those only trying to protect their livelihood are caught in the wake of a national bankruptcy.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 18:28

This is one of the most unique and striking films I have ever seen. It is set in a village in a remote area of Indonesia, where the local people live in small huts and watch the world through the window of their huts. The village is ruled by a former plantation owner who has not changed his ways since the plantation was closed. The film is based on the experiences of a group of villagers who visit the village to learn more about life in their tiny village. The film takes place during a time of great turmoil in Indonesia. The main character, the village chief, is forced to leave the village when the plantation owner, the local government, and the military come to confiscate his land. He ends up staying in a small village, and in the midst of the turmoil, becomes a fisherman. He is not the traditional leader of the village, but his humble personality and compassion for the people make him a very effective leader. The film features some truly striking scenes, such as the scenes when he gives away the fish to the fishermen, and when he is attacked by an angry crowd of villagers who have lost their fishing boats and are now angry about the fact that the fishermen have not returned. The film ends with a dream sequence that is so powerful that it is not to be seen by the human eye. This film is a wonderful example of how a film can be about more than the story. It is an example of how to create a film that is powerful, and at the same time, makes us feel the emotion of the story.

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