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The Big Scene (박수칠 때 떠나라)

박수칠 때 떠나라 (Bak-soo-chil Ddae Ddeo-na-ra)

Directed by Jang Jin (장진)

Screenplay by

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115min | Release date in South Korea :

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  • Park Jung-ah to star in "Oh My Ghostess"

    2015/05/13, Source
    Actress Park Jung-ah is starring in the new tvN drama "Oh My Ghostess" as producer Lee So-hyeong. Lee So-hyeong is Jo Jung-suk's friend from abroad and his secretive first love. She's a proud and bright character and is one of the few people star chef Jo Jung-suk considers 'precious'. She now produces a cooking show with him,...More
  • Cha Seung-won and Jang Jin to reunite in 6 years

    2013/03/05, Source
    Actors Cha Seung-won and director Jang Jin are coming together in 6 years. Distributor Lotte Entertainment revealed that Cha and Jang are coming back with a movie called "High Heels",...More
  • Netflix expanding asian movie selection in deal with korea's top studio CJ E&M

    2011/10/07, Source
    LOS ANGELES – October 6, 2011 – CJ E&M today announced an agreement to feature twenty of its acclaimed Asian movies on Netflix, the world's leading Internet subscription service for enjoying movies and TV shows. Beginning in October 2011, Netflix members in the US will be able to instantly watch the twenty titles multiple platforms, including TVs, popular tablets, key gaming consoles, computers and mobile phones. All the titles will be available from October 1. "CJ E&M is delighted to make our movies available through Netflix for the first time". said Joon Choi, CEO of CJ E&M America. "Netflix has been a revolutionary force in entertainment, whose members have long enjoyed unparalleled access to movies from around the globe. This deal brings movie lovers iconic films from Asia's top entertainment company, CJ E&M",...More
  • Cha Seung-won's Movie Picks

    2010/01/18, Source
    Korean actor Cha Seung-won [Chae Ki-won/10Asia] At what biological age does a man's masculinity reach its peak? Many would guess the answer would be in their 20s, when the body is at its physical peak or in their 30s after they have matured more. But if you met actor Cha Seung-won, you would come to the definite conclusion that it is at the age of 40. "I put in a conscious effort to keeping my body in shape as an actor, but I can't help feeling that I have aged. The wrinkles around my eyes when I laugh... man". That was the modest response which came from Cha who has an unchanging statuesque figure and a beard like that of a foreign actor's. However, he who can even pull off the ever-growing number of wrinkles in style, has surely started to serve as the model example to a new form of male actors. A model-turned-actor. It is one of the natural steps taken to become an actor nowadays but extremely rare when Cha first started his acting career 12 years ago. His presence alone looks like something from a picture but rather than using his stunning appearance to his advantage, he broke expectations and rather took on comedic roles. From such films as "Kick the Moon", "Jail Breaker" and "Teacher Mr. Kim", Cha has proven he can make the audience laugh through such roles by covering up his model-like catwalk and instead wearing sloppy tracksuits, a prison uniform and last season suits. Cha is most often associated with the word 'cool' but he has realized eight years later that he finally has the confidence to fulfill such 'cool' roles. "If I was still in my 20s, I would probably have tried to just show it all with my eyes but I have gained more experience and I'm older now so I think I'm ready to take on roles that look cool in everyone's eyes".,...More
  • Going by the Book Joins Jang Jin, Jung Jae-young and Ra Hee-chan
    2007/09/30, Source
    "Going by the Book" (Bareuge Salja) is the feature film directorial debut of Ra Hee-chan. The comedy's protagonist a righteous and punctual policeman is played by,...More
  • 'Day' Is Director's Failed Experiment

    2007/05/03, Source
    By Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporter

    Director Jang Jin is famous for his twisty and unconventional storylines and creation of peculiar characters in,...
  • JANG Jin explores Father and Son relations

    2007/04/11, Source
    Inventive director Jang Jin portrays this time the relationship between an estranged father and son in his new film ",...More
  • Jung Jae-young Finished Filming

    2007/02/14, Source
    Actor Jung Jae-young's next film finished shooting on the last day of January. The comedy bears the Korean title Bareuge Salja, which transla,...More
  • Korea Film Festival to Be Held in China

    2006/10/20, Source
    The Korean Film Festival will be held in Beijing and Shanghai from Friday through Sunday, after the CJ China Film Festival was held in the two biggest Korean cities of Seoul and Busan last month. The,...More
  • A Serious Man for a Serious Job: Shin Ha-kyun
    2006/08/21, Source
    Shin Ha-kyun is known as a man of few words in the Korean film industry. The reticent actor plays a speechless killer in his new film "No Mercy for the Rude", to be releas,...More
  • 43rd Crowns King and the Clown
    2006/07/26, Source
    The 43rd annual Grand Bell Awards ceremony, held July 21st at the COEX Convention Hall in southern Seoul, presented its top prize for Best Film to "The King and the Clown" as indeed almost everyone expected. The film grew into,...More
  • Gag Concert
    2006/05/18, Source
    The prosecutor's words seem nimble, yet they carry weight. The suspect just sits quiet and still. It seems that the truth might come out at any second. However, the situation just spins out control in a single moment.

    "Hey, fess up! Everything will come up when investigated", says prosecutor Hwan,...
  • Korean Films Receive Hot Spotlight at Udine
    2006/04/26, Source
    By Paolo Bertolin
    Contributing Writer

    UDINE, Italy ㅡ With 13 recent films mostly unreeled in their international and European premiere, Korean cinema is once again under media spotlight at the Far East Film Festival (FEFF) taking place in Udine, a North East Italian city.

    Now in its ei,...
  • [Festival] - The 4th San Francisco Korean American Film Festival - Feb. 7-12, 2006
    2006/01/30, Source
    The 4th San Francisco Korean American Film Festival will showcase 41 films, including 17 Korean American works, contemporary South Korean features and special screening of a North Korean film. Four public forums will also discuss this year's theme, "Beyond Borders: Demystifying the Korean Imag,...
  • Plays, Films Feel Synergy Effect
    2005/12/27, Source
    By Bae Keun-min, Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporters

    Theater stages have been seeking revitalization with various schemes, including celebrity marketing. Many film and television stars, including Yoo Ji-tae,,...
  • Booth to Sell Korean Films at Global Expo
    2005/10/31, Source
    Domestic filmmakers in November will set up a sales booth for Korean movies at the world's largest trade expo in Santa Monica, California.

    The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, Korea Film Council and cinema distributors will promote eight domestic movies at the annual American Film Market,...
  • Korean Films to Be Promoted at American Film Market
    2005/10/31, Source
    A promotion of Korean films will be launched at the American Film Market (AFM) in early November. The AFM, the world's largest trade fair for films, will be held in Santa Monica in the U.S. on Nov. 2-9.

    Public and private Korean agencies will proactively engage in the promotion of Korean films at,...
  • "Jewelry" to take break in September
    2005/09/06, Source
    The music group "Jewelry", which has been making appearances at various concerts and shows since the release of its fourth album "Superstar" in March, will take a one-month break in September starting from Korea's Thanksgiving holiday.

    But even during the break, the group will perform at the KBS,...
  • Director Jang Returns to Theatrical Play
    2005/08/29, Source
    By Bae Keun-min
    Staff Reporter

    Director Jang Jin, second from right, poses with his fellow alumni of Seoul Institute of the Arts, who will together stage Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman", after a press conference at Dongnang Arts Center,...
  • Korea cinema boom continues amid concerns on sluggish growth
    2005/08/24, Source
    Chungmuro, Korea's Tinseltown, finally has something to celebrate in August. Three well-made Korean flicks are going strong in ticket sales, offering some much-awaited momentum to an industry that is struggling with sluggish growth and infighting.

    The first six months of this year saw the share o,...
  • 'Dongmakgol' Set to Join '5-Million' Club

    2005/08/23, Source
    "Welcome to Dongmakgol", a film about Korean War soldiers who find refuge in a mysterious village, is set to break the 5-million,...More
  • Three Korean Hit Movies Bring Hope to Industry
    2005/08/18, Source
    A troika of Korean films that opened within the last four weeks is blazing a trail at the box office. "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance", which opened on July 28, ",...More
  • 'Dongmakgol' Seen by Over 3 Mil. Viewers
    2005/08/16, Source
    SEOUL (Yonhap) _ A new homegrown film about Korean War enemies who combine forces to defend a peaceful mountain village from bombing has been seen by more than 3 million moviegoers nationwide, its distributor said Monday.

    "Welcome to Dongmakgol" drew 3,057,889 people to cinemas across the nation,...
  • Spoiling the Fun of Films
    2005/08/15, Source
    By Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporter

    All summer long, Jang Min-soo, 22, a college student, was looking forward to watching Steven Spielberg's sci-fi blockbuster "War of the Worlds."

    But just before going to the theater, something made him decide he didn't want to see the film. Thanks to a chance en,...
  • 'The Big Scene' showcases a clever detective thriller
    2005/08/11, Source
    Film and drama director Jang Jin is versatile. He knows how to make dramas that are commercially successful, and these days his artistic energy is focused on making equally marketable films. ",...More
  • Playwright Takes On Big Screen
    2005/08/07, Source
    Two Feature Films Based on Jang Jin's Plays Hitting Theaters This Month

    By Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporter

    This month will be an exciting and nerve-wrecking time for Jang Jin as two of his po,...
  • A Month for Movie Fans
    2005/08/04, Source
    August will be a month for movie fans, with well-made Korean films of various hues dominating the big screen. Two weeks after its debut, Park Chan-wook's "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" remains unstoppable, attracting 2.1 million filmgoers as,...More
  • Who Killed Her? Investigation Broadcast Live for 48 Hours
    2005/08/04, Source
    by Dong-Yong Min

    At Crime Scene Without Leads, Suspect Arrested in Two Hours-

    If you consider the story of a film as bones and the actors as meat, director Jang Jin's fifth feature film, ",...
  • Cha Seung-won: Not Groomed for Stardom
    2005/08/02, Source
    Cha Seung-won is probably the most gregarious and approachable person there is, a small miracle given the star's instantly recognizable face. "Do I feel uncomfortable when I go to public places filled with crowds? Do you think I do? I'm not a,...More

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 Ra Hee-chan (라희찬)
 Assistant director
 Han Jae-kwon (한재권)
 Score composer
 Kim Sang-beom (김상범)
 Kim Jae-beom (김재범)
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Airing dates : 2005/08/11
South Korean Box Office
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As of 2005.09.11 : 1,934,144 admissions (total)
As of 2005.09.04 : 1,884,543 admissions (total)
As of 2005.08.28 : 1,631,089 admissions (total)
As of 2005.08.21 : 1,234,917 admissions (total)
As of 2005.08.14 : 527,989 admissions (total)

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