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  • Korean Movies Opening Today 2017/11/30 in Korea

    2017/11/30, Source
    Korean movies opening today 2017/11/30 in Korea: "Journey to My Boy", "Missing 2", and "Press",...More
  • [Photos + Video] New posters and stills for upcoming Korean film "Press"

    2017/11/22, Source
    "Press" has released a poster that very much reflects its title, a sepia image of Jin Yong-wook with newspaper-like text, a man who works in a press factory and whose boring, tedious life when he meets a young woman. In the trailer, we see her presence brighten his life as he starts to live with a smile on his face. But his affections for her do end up causing conflict,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Press"

    After twenty years in prison Yeong-il (played by Jin Yong-wook) has been released into the freedom of the outside world. This "freedom" largely consists in Yeong-il going to work everyday, operating a press machine to create flat metal surfaces for industrial use. Yeong-il's makes a hobby of trying to fix one old pressing machine in particular, which while old and somewhat dangerous, is still largely functional. The device is difficult to repair largely because it's from a bygone era. So, too, is Yeong-il's inability to adjust to the world,...More

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