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Jung Woo-sung, Lee Beom-soo, Lee Si-young in "God's Trick"

2013/08/20 | Permalink | Source

"God's Trick" starring Jung Woo-sung has completed its extreme line up.

The cast has turned out to be Jung Woo-sung, Lee Beom-soo, Lee Si-young, Ahn Sung-ki, Kim In-kwon, Choi Jin-hyuk and more. "God's Trick" is a noir movie about a man who loses everything when he enters a chess competition instead of his brother.

Jung Woo-sung takes on the role of Tae-seok, a chess player who polishes his skills in prison. He is blind but has amazing chess playing skills and Ahn Sung-ki is the man who helps him. Kim In-kwon is in the role of the attention diverter and Ahn Kil-kang is a woodcutter who hides his past as a fraud chess player.

Lee Beom-soo is Sal-soo, the fraud Tae-seok determines to take revenge on and Lee Si-young is a former chess player. Choi Jin-hyuk is Sal-soo's right hand man.

The making of the movie starts this month and will be released next year.

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