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Bunt (날아라 허동구)

날아라 허동구 (Nal-a-ra Heo-dong-goo)

Directed by Park Gyoo-tae (박규태)

Screenplay by ,

Drama Family

96min | Release date in South Korea :

Filling the cups of classmates with a kettle is the only work 11-year-old Dong-ku, who is mentally retarded, can do in his school life. However, even this small connection with the outside world breaks as one day a new water purifier replaces the kettle in his classroom. Disappointed badly by losing his only hope to survive in a regular school, he finds that every freshman in the junior baseball team is required to supply drinking water to other members with a kettle. Though knows nothing about baseball, Dong-ku decides to join the team while his father, Jin-kyu, is struggling to save his kidís only shelter, their chicken bar.

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Bunt | HanCinema Reviews

  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Bunt" + DVD Giveaway

    2016/02/06
    Dong-goo (played by Choi Woo-hyuk) is a dimwitted child who goes to school with a smile on his face and a beat in his step every day because he has the very important job of being the designated water carrier for his classroom. It is not a high prestige job. The other kids don't like carrying water because it's heavy but Dong-goo doesn't care because it's one of the few tasks at school he knows how to do. Joon-tae (played by Yun Chan) sits at the other half of Dong-gu's desk, and resents Dong-gu's oblivious joy for life,...More

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Bunt" + DVD Giveaway

    2016/02/06
    Dong-goo (played by Choi Woo-hyuk) is a dimwitted child who goes to school with a smile on his face and a beat in his step every day because he has the very important job of being the designated water carrier for his classroom. It is not a high prestige job. The other kids don't like carrying water because it's heavy but Dong-goo doesn't care because it's one of the few tasks at school he knows how to do. Joon-tae (played by Yun Chan) sits at the other half of Dong-gu's desk, and resents Dong-gu's oblivious joy for life,...More
  • KOFIC, Korea-China Interchange to Revitalize Two Industries
    2008/11/12, Source
    KOFIC (chairperson KANG Han-sup) is commencing two events in order to revitalize the film interchange between Korea and China.

    First of the two events is '2008 Korea-China Business Campus' which will take place from Thursday, November 13 to Monday, November 17, over the course of 5 days. The eve,...
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  • Korean Film Showcase to be Held in Japan
    2007/11/29, Source
    The Korean Film Council (KOFIC) is to hold a showcase event in Tokyo, Japan from December 8 - 14, to introduce 9 Korean films to Japanese viewers.

    The event is a result of KOFIC's continuous efforts to expand the market base for Korean films in Japan by presenting Korean films of both quality an,...
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  • Showcase of Korean Movies in Japan
    2007/11/28, Source
    The Korean Film Council will hold a showcase of Korean movies in Japan to introduce Korean cinematography in the neighboring country.

    Nine outstanding films will be screened in Japan Dec. 8-14 under the auspices of the Japanese company Cinequanon, which has contributed greatly to promoting the Ko,...
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  • 11th PiFan Wraps With Awards
    2007/07/20, Source
    The 11th Puchon International Film Festival drew to a close Thursday, after a successful 9-day run. Curtains closed with Indonesian director Joko ANWAR's Kala, a noir-ish crime thriller that was a huge hit in its homeland. PiFan's top prize, the Puchon Choice Best Film award went to Thai psycholog,...More
  • 'Bunt' Scores and Wins Sans Sacrifice

    2007/04/26, Source
    By Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporter

    A bunt in a baseball game is not as spectacular and exciting as a homer, but it is as precious as it is generally a sacrifice for a larger cause.

    The new film, More
  • Movies Reflect on Contemporary Fathers
    2007/04/24, Source
    By Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporter

    There have been many films that have shed light on motherly love such as "Running Boy" ("Marathon" - 2005), "Herb" (2006) and ",...
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 Produced by
 Jo Cheol-hyeon (조철현)
 Oh Seung-hyeon-I (오승현)
Distribution
Showbox (쇼박스)
Staff
 Kim Woo-taek (김우택)
 Production department
 Jo Cheol-hyeon (조철현)
 Production department
 Lee Jeong-min (이정민)
 Directing department
 Lee Byeong-woo (이병우)
 Score composer
 Shin Ji-hyun (신지현)
 Art direction department
 Lim Cheol-min (임철민)
 Editing department
 Kim Sang-beom (김상범)
 Editor
 Kim Jae-beom (김재범)
 Editor
Technical Information
96 min 35mm Panoramic (1.85)
Festival(s) & award(s)
Sales or release dates & Box Office
Release date in South Korea : 2007/04/26
South Korean Box Office
Source : www.cine21.com & www.kobis.or.kr
As of 2007.05.13 : 367,742 admissions (total)
As of 2007.05.06 : 306,938 admissions (total)
As of 2007.04.29 : 173,370 admissions (total)

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ranks with ICE BAR as one of the recent best kids flicks.
2007-08-19 02:39:32
2007-08-15 06:13:06
this show looks really touching! cant wait to watch it.
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